Hotel La Chaumiere
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... it should look new. We have lunch, but don't sit down for it. Usually finish about 11pm.
Monday we run about getting people into gear, lessons, and what ever else is required and try to sneak in a pizza for lunch in the village.
Tuesday is 'normal' and Wednesday is our day off. We get a sleep in and its turning into Date Night. Although I'm getting better at coming home with my date (and sober) fatigue usually means its otherwise uneventful.
The rest of the ...
... walking and using the poles, which was starting to aggravate it a little. Anyway when I put my arm out to stop the fall, I got it right at the wrong angle and felt it all seize up. The Vin Chaud helped, but I wasn't using that arm any more for today anyway. So I sat out the last run of the La Cha, and waited the few minutes it took them to get down and back up again.
The slopes were very quiet today, and I have ...
... had no problem, his snow plough was strong and paralllel sking when he needed speed to get up the hill was good. He was reading the snow and his level of skill really well.
Lunch was the same as yesterday, except I had hot mulled wine with french cheese and ham sandwiches - pretty good! And then we were off again. Matt thought it was a good idea to do the a blue run altogether, I wasn't sure so he had marni on the pole and off we ...
... of Le Prarion, both Dean and I were excited to see where the ski slopes were before it gets covered in snow, and the view of the valley was amazing. The following day we rose early and headed into Chamonix, with our fingers and toes crossed we were praying that the famous Aiguille Du Midi gondola was open, this is because the day before it closed while we were lining up due to strong winds. We all crammed into ...
... dinner. Saw some sort of traditional festivities happening the the town square – A range of activities including traditional dancing, traditional games (variations on petanque and ten pin bowling, and a coin throwing game) and fresh coffee bean roasting over a hot oven (I saw him throw a big wedge of butter in with the beans at one point – They really do put butter on everything). There was also a small Market with a range of local produce, ...