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On our way to Milan we decided to stop by the infamous Courmayeur for a couple of hours. We weren't disappointed! Although Courmayeur wasn't as big and appealing as Chamonix it was a picturesque town with ...
... Even though there were a lot of not groomed pistes, the first day of skiing was enjoyable. The slopes weren't as great as it were in la Plagne or Sölden but it wasn't too bad either.
The second day however was a complete disaster. Somehow with the not-so-drastic snowfall most of the pistes were closed! You could see the ...
... had the time of his life. He is at one with this magnificent car.
The St Bernard pass is very cold but stunning in its
desolation. Lots and lots of motorbikes on the roads and all of them giving us
the foot wave as we let them through on the tiny twisting road. We return to
our chalet to shower and change, we have been invited next door for drinks. Louise and Jamie are the most fantastic
... difficulty finding the entry to Hertz and is once again holding up traffic. I kind of smirk in an embarrassed sort of way and sit down trying to make myself inconspicuous as he finally pulls into the parking area. His jaws are tight with frustration.
He hands over the keys and paper work for Bobba and i sign the new contract. Absolutely nothing extra to pay it is a relief to be walking towards a bigger car before Ashley arrives from the UK and when we ...
... of lifts at Plan du Aguile, which is at 2400m elevation and about ½ way up from Chamonix to Aguile Du Midi (Chamonix is at about 1000m). Conditions at half way were still clear and reasonably mild (about 7 or 8 degrees and a little breeze), but as we ascended the second half conditions changed dramatically. Despite being able to see the cloud/snow going through, and the ice/glaciers on the sides of the mountains, it is hard to fully comprehend the conditions ...