Le M De Megève
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... 7pm-5am), and ended up getting lost in the multi-level city. We eventually asked for directions, trudged through the "downpour," and made it to the train station in time to narrowly avoid hypothermia. It had gotten to be so snowy that trains out of the city were delayed, but we made it back just fine. Interestingly enough, the most interesting part of the trip was learning that the public bathrooms in Switzerland, besides Geneva, are ...
On our way to Milan we decided to stop by the infamous Courmayeur for a couple of hours. We weren't disappointed! Although Courmayeur wasn't as big and appealing as Chamonix it was a picturesque town with ...
... to find two connected pistes to spend the rest of the day. I have to say I've been quite impressed with the quality of a piste called ''les evettes'' in the Flegere area, it immediately became my favorite piste, mainly because of the width of the slopes.
Ski townwise Chamonix was dazzling with all the sports shops, (Mammut, North ...
... goodness. The car gave way to me and other oncoming traffic, but there was a motor bike coming up behind the stopped car, quite fast. The motor bike saw the car quite late I think, and veered right to go around the outside, I heard it accelerate and then the most awful sound of shattering metal and plastic as the motor bike smashed into a parked car which was off to the right of the turning vehicle. I must have been 50m past ...
... Geneva. The museum itself was one of the best designed I've seen so far. Beautiful exhibits with descriptions of the artifacts in French, English, and German. One neat section was a dining room where you heard audio of a religious discussion between different faiths. How they organized the museum was great too. You start with Martin Luther and the beginning of the Reformation during the 16th century. As you move through the rooms you move forward in time, and follow ...