Les Gentianettes Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the country for four months loomed in the background.
Thanks to the empty window seat next to me, I settled into my Swiss Air flight thinking I was going to get some sweet shut eye. Unfortunately, I was wide awake... BUT it just meant that I got super excited about all of the airplane food I got to eat (never underestimate a packaged brownie from Switzerland), and I watched Boyhood (which I hear won a Golden Globe) - ...
... home at 3 in the morning and were decidedly second-hand the next morning.
So here we are in Avoriaz, the Christmas - New Year rush / panic / chaos has passed and we are finding our feet, after 4 weeks of really hard slog. It would be fair to say that it has almost beaten us and we have been ready to pack our bags. This life is much harder than Whanga, and the clients are something pretty special.
So far we have had a wide range of groups , although all ...
... it very funny, but she was ever so serious.
Today was the same routine, Nanny walked Brody over to ski school and Matt and I took Marni along to her school. She was a little more focussed and happy about it today. We stayed and watched while I had a cup of coffee. We were interested to see how she went, because she did great yesterday and we had been coaching her on straight skis, meaning fast, turned in, meaning slow ...
... and onions. Delicious! Then visited the Cailler chocolate factory in Broc Fabrique. Tour of the factory including history of chocolate, saw the chocolate making & packaging process - then got to sample the beautiful chocolates! As many as we could eat. Arthur had to stop at 15 pieces. Freddy loved travelling on the train. We were all impressed by the efficient & accessible rail ...
... but at least it wasn't raining. The haze affects the photos a bit but we still thought they were worth sharing.
Of course, Bern has changed since Sue’s last visit and everything was closed there as well. However, the old part of the city, which is wedged into a bend in the river Aar, is very beautiful with many historic buildings and sites. The houses overlooking the river are also something to see as is the famous clock tower. It was just ...