Hotel Fleur de Neige
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... flickering on the pist maps. There was only one slope left open in Les Grands Montets area and it wasn't groomed at all. So after having skied there twice we took off our ski boots (which is another big trouble) and we drove off to Brevent-Flegere once again. It was time for la Flegere that day. Most of the pistes were closed there too but ...
... ended up making it (with no time to spare) and for home about 10:30. We were so tired and ready to crawl in our beds but quickly realized we didn't have any power. Thankfully Shane didn't freak out like I did and found out that the breaker had flipped so it was an easy fix. Unfortunately, all the food I had put in the freezer didn't make it and smelled awful! Oh well, that can be replaced and taken care of tomorrow! For now we're just happy we have electricity and heat! It was an AMAZING ...
... with a bowl of crisps that was enjoyed especially by the kids.
The cheeses were superior to any that we have ever experienced and we are reasonably knowledge about our cheeses and nearly all meat was ham, cured and prepared in hundreds of ways always perfectly thin cut and pristine packaged. Add the infamous baguette and this place was perfect.
We fell in love with Chamonix straight from the ...
A voice over our shoulder said. "Be a great idea if you turned your phone on". Once again technology has let us down as i have no reception in Switzerland. It was so good to see Ashley after almost 9 months. We all hug laughing and talking at once.
The upgraded car was fantastic and so comfortable for the 3 of us and we reached our chalet almost at midnight. Sunday Today we go up in the cable car to the very top of Mont Blanc it is 3800 ...
... mountain rising away from it. The climb became so intense that I had to take another food stop for an energy boost before the final ascent, taking the opportunity to photograph the cows watching with a backdrop of the rainclouds approaching.
Finally reaching the campsite it turned out to be more of a static caravan site, and completely devoid of life. With no one to ask where ...