Hotel Le Gai Soleil
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Sunday 4:15am Pacific Time - Wake up
Sunday 7:30am - Flight from LAX to JFK
Sunday 3:45pm EST - Land in JFK, spend 2 hours collecting baggage, rechecking baggage, and going through security... again.
Sunday 7:45pm EST - BLAST OFF
The entire day of traveling was a little stressful, mostly because I was dealing with annoying travel odds and ends (and hoping that my bags weren't too many kilos), while the fact that I ...
... arrives to get physical, we have been heading to bed to catch up on sleep. Fortunately its getting better now.
The chalet sleeps up to 12, over 5 bedrooms. We provide cooked and continental breakfast for 5 mornings of the 6 day stay, afternoon tea daily, and dinner 5 nights a week. 2 are 5 courses and 3 are 4 course, plus cheese board. Wine is served right through dinner, also Champagne on arrival and departure nights, and is included in the price. Its kind of ...
... did see her start to try a bit more, so she is starting to get the idea.
Matt and I went up the prarion and down the Chamois run together a couple of times and then headed off down to watch and pick up a happy Marni. We took off up the mountain again. Marni was adamant about going to the blue slide, but we weren't sure what she meant, so we went to the magic carpet area for a little while and then headed off to ...
Stage 1 of the Haute Route Alps from Geneva to Megeve is easily the hardest ride I have ever done, physically, mentally and emotionally. As I crossed the line into the arms of James, Lucy and Ben I had tears streaming down my face......I'm so relieved, and so completely empty. And there are six more days to go.
The day started very early, with a 7.15 official start time, rolling out from Geneva in a secure convoy for ...
... driving on the right hand side of the road. Being the French part of Switzerland, drivers although not as manic as France itself do a good imitation. The taxi driver expected everybody to get out of his way. I have been told even on pedestrian crossings to let cars go first, as apparently they get even more points for making a tourist see his life flash before him. I was relieved when 20min later Donna arrived from her work to let me in. I did get away ...