- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Concierge desk
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... evening we had a super night with Cousin Dan and Sheila in their very nice village of Scotch Corner (I think a population of 350). After very sad good byes we are now back in Chamonix. It's always hard leaving Aunty Chris and Neville. Interesting for us, Chamonix felt like "coming home". The snow is further down the mountain, the trees are all golden and we are now off to watch NZ v Australia in the Grand Final. Go the Mighty All Blacks. ...
James is 6 weeks into his first school term in France, with one week to go until the holidays.
Life has been full of routine. For James this is school, Ice Hockey and developing new friendships. When asked what the big difference is between St Kent's and Montessori Mont-Blanc, he says "the 4pm finish". However, James has a 4 day school week and he fogets to mention this. On the Ice Hockey front, James trains 3 days one week and 4 days the next, ...
... with an emphasis on the ‘char’) food in minutes! I’m sure the lights in the apartment block dim when I turn it on full power, and I’m half expecting a phone call from the Research Physicists at CERN (just down the road) to ask when our roast chicken is cooked, cos they need the extra amperage to run their particle accelerator.Still, things are progressing. We have cooked a few of the local Haute Savoie dishes, including ...
It’s hard to believe that we have been in France almost 11 weeks now. Since then, we’ve met some great people, marginally improved my French, made lots of new friends and, most importantly, learnt to shop (and hopefully cook) like a Frenchman.
To begin to cook, first you must have the ingredients. I love food markets, anywhere in the world. Whenever we visit a new city or town I’m happy to leave Ali to the Art Galleries and historical ...
... dominated by the train station. It handles 1 million passengers a year (many are students), roofing slate and scrap metal from the adjacent steelworks. The result is ugly, maybe reflective of the fact that until 2002 it was managed by military railway engineers! It reminds me of Newcastle or Woollongong circa 1970.
We can see Mont Blanc from our roof and plan to get closer to it ...
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