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Travel Blogs from La Clusaz
... methodically step out the patterns. I have included a few photos, each a day apart, of one of his designs. The first photo has the foot artist in the bottom left hand corner of the photo. The last photo was taken after a snow fall and the artist has done a refresh/modification to his work. All of his designs are so beautiful and detailed, one was of snow flakes and another looked like a lace cloth, impressive as all of them are enormous and he is stamping them out a step at a ...
... book for Philomena, the man in the box office, pointed out in French, that there was a VO alongside the movie title, or at least that is what we thought he was saying, it turns out what he was saying was that inspite of the programme indicating that the movie was VO, it was in fact, dubbed into French. Fortunately we had a vague idea about the movie, so were able to follow most of it. It was strange however to hear Judy Dench speak French.
... we have grand afternoon
I cook a Pavlova for dessert ( could not beat as much as Iwould like as the beater gets too hot )
But it turns out ok have passion fruit on top( they dont know passion fruit ) thanks Kathleen for recipe
Lovely dinner pasta crozet very french
finish with game of Gigamic we need to get up 6am to catch train Yuk
Amazing awesome time in Bourg Saint Maurice loved it
I fell in love with La Clusaz from that date I arrived. I found La Clusaz friendly and hardly see concrete block. Restaurants are plentiful
(on the slopes and in the resort centre. Plenty of varied
skiing (for the novice, children, adults, and for any serious skiers). You hear lots of English speaking people around and even many French (ski and ...
Annecy is a very mixed town, full of apartments, offices and many other things. Many of the people did not speak English very well because it's a small town. The town is built on waterways and it backs up to the Alps. The atmosphere in the old town is superb as typically French food shops merge seamlessly with designer stores, souvenir shops and every kind of bar/restaurant imaginable. I went for a walk to their Saturday street market and ...