Le Cinq Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... had to buy a new bag and explain that I didn't have smaller than 50 euro... in French. Which I still don't speak. "Pardon, pardon, merci beaucoup"
Luckily, I had a chance to redeem myself by going to Annecy, France for the afternoon. This is a super cute town about an hour away (by bus) that is particularly famous for its Vieille Ville (old city). The lake is also extremely beautiful (apparently they filter it) and is surrounded ...
... this year which daughter Chantalle arranged for me was excellent in helping me get the basics right and practice here is constantly improving my technique. Helen reckons I'm skiing particularly well considering my years, and it's true I can't say I've seen anyone else of my age on the slopes (maybe because they're more risk averse!).
Seemingly I had another brush ...
As I said, I was really worried about NYE and how I'd handle spending it without Cate by my side. Well as it turned out, I was fine. In fact the party we went to in the village café was one of the best NYE parties I've ever been to. The café had gone to trouble to create a really buzzy atmosphere with mood and strobe lighting, hundreds of balloons, a DJ playing very catchy and very loud music, and a youngish group of ...
It snowed again overnight. Another good fall so skiing is definitely now on the agenda. In preparation we travelled through postcard perfect scenery back into La Clusaz to organise final equipment. The countryside in all directions was blanketed in white with snow heavy on rooftops and as it was just minus 3C snow remained thickly where it had landed on tree foliage. The forests of fur trees with ...
Today Princess Madeleine met Col de la Madeleine. For my non-cycling friends and family, la Madeleine is an iconic mountain pass in the French Alps featured many times in Le Tour de France. Not as famous as Alpe d'Huez, but almost.
And Princess Madeleine is my bike, named in the tradition of other Maillot Yawn bunch bikes, e.g. Princess Fiona (Tony's MTB ...