Hotel Saint Nicolas
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... siesta! The French and Italians seem to have it pretty good. Being a biggish town we found enough to keep us all happy and busy for our 2 week stay. On our 4th day we woke up to a little rain. By 9am the rain had turned to light snow & by mid afternoon it was puking and turned into a good 9 inches of snow. Marg, the kids and I hit the supermarket to stock up for the day and on the way home we all played in the snow and built snowmen. Grace was very excited ...
... with, is that they planned to leave two bloody great dogs in a car parked next to us for the night. Now how bloody dumb do you have to be to think you could get away with that? Anyway they all got the flick in the end.
We were sitting ducks for retribution in our isolated position outside the gate so I ended up shifting the truck closer to the office as Gaels appearance with the owner when he confronted them was not in the script. These foreigners can’t be ...
After leaving the Piedmont region of Italy, and before heading back to Geneva for the airport, we made a quick two-day stop in the beautiful French alpine town of Chamonix. Arriving here on Thursday in the driving rain, we kept hoping for a break in the weather so that we could see the fabulous alps, including the Mt. Blanc, the highest peak in Europe.
Sure enough, patience paid off, and Friday afternoon the ...
... entertained most of the time, though the occasional traffic lights at roadworks provided some dramatic viewing opportunities for me. Coming into Chamonix was really dramatic and H managed to find a great picnic spot next to a golf course (pics). Nice to stay in an hotel for a change, simplicity and anonymity oddly reassuring. Love to all again. ...
... gondola and they were mostly skiers and snowboarders with all their gear. We were standing in the middle of the gondola, so poor little Austen couldn't see a thing except lots of tall people all around him.
When the gondola went over the supporting poles, it swung like a pendulum and everyone let out a scream. It kept swinging and we were all trying to stay on our feet and not freak out! It climbed higher and higher and for most of the ride there was a jagged cliff face ...