Hotel du Louvre
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... nice people. A group we had recently which comprised 5 families represented, only one didn't have maids and housekeepers, and various others helpers, around them the whole time in the home world. We haven't been spoken down too at all which is plus. A couple, who are our colleagues in Morzine, had the children who were staying openly referring to them as servants. My reaction to that sort of thing would probably have got me fired. Sometimes we feel that is in fact what ...
... 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 ...
... had no problem, his snow plough was strong and paralllel sking when he needed speed to get up the hill was good. He was reading the snow and his level of skill really well.
Lunch was the same as yesterday, except I had hot mulled wine with french cheese and ham sandwiches - pretty good! And then we were off again. Matt thought it was a good idea to do the a blue run altogether, I wasn't sure so he had marni on the pole and off we ...
Oops, no notes again! Refuge Elena quite new and modern. Large dorms but partitioned into bunks of 4. Located on a high ridge overlooking the valley, where we had a long break and arvo tea. Met some interesting groups of Italians, see the funny hats. It seems that all of Italy has these 2 weeks off, so the trails and refuges are full. Dinner in a lovely dining room, food pasta as usual. ...
... I had no pizza, a sore tummy and was wet. I was not a happy bunny. Add this to the fact that I discovered I had been walking around Chamonix all day with my size sticker stuck to the back of my new trouser! Hmmmm.
In fact, the best part of my day, apart from getting my expensive new jacket, was going into “The Refuge” with Lyn to see Tegz who was in there charging our laptop. The Refuge is basically a building where campers can go and chill out in the warm ...