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... an idea but it doesn't really show the place to its best advantage. The views change constantly, and its very difficult to keep your eyes on the road, until you catch a glimpse of the sheer drops off the edge, with no barrier or anything.
Then its easy to stay ...
... growing right then: petits suisses, Cheeses from Savoy, croissants, Lemon Meringue Pie, Paupiettes de Veau (Little Stuffed Parcels of Veal Fillet), Mashed Potatoes, Apple Tart on a Brioche, Meat Stuffed Veggies, Rice Salad, Pastries from my childhood, Pasta Salad, yeah, that was only in a few days, haha!
I practiced Pilates every day, and ran by the Arc (a beautiful, wild river that runs through the Maurienne Valley) to feel a bit better about my diet!
... time but a lovely warm breeze all the way to the bottom…..bliss!
We were glad to have got Alpe d’Huez out of the way, and spent the remainder of our time exploring the rest of the area by bike and foot which has enabled us to see the most incredible sights. The really nice thing about travelling is that you don't have to have a fixed agenda, we usually turn up at a place and head off to the tourist information to get a load of ideas for walks ...
... but he did struggle in a group of 5 and his misunderstandings were brilliant. For our part, Elana and I will never again forget the French word for wardrobe.
Sunday started at an ungodly hour again, however this time we were determined not to make any mistakes with our flights and we made it home without incident. The leftover Gin was donated to Becca the chalet host. I hope it brings her better luck.
... favourite conditions (mainly because it puts most other people off. And the least obstacles I need to avoid, more's the better for my snowboarding). And we were off piste in some trees which probably helped my enjoyment. The snow was unreal, I spent most of my day nose first in drifts up to my thighs. In fact I spent most of the day face first in the snow, but that doesn't matter (nor hurt so much) in lovely fresh snow. I just ...