Le Bois du Seigneur
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... of Aosta Valley and the mountains all around. There weren't any shops open during early afternoon, turns out italians can't live without siesta. Either way it was a great town and it might even be our next ski location. ...
... flickering on the pist maps. There was only one slope left open in Les Grands Montets area and it wasn't groomed at all. So after having skied there twice we took off our ski boots (which is another big trouble) and we drove off to Brevent-Flegere once again. It was time for la Flegere that day. Most of the pistes were closed there too but ...
... upgraded car Lukes jaw nearly hits the ground when he sees it is a Mercedes Benz GLA 200 turbo diesel. It is brand new. He is in absolute rapture.
We take the free shuttle from the parking station and make our way to the arrivals lounge with loads of time to spare and decide to stop and enjoy a coffee which is delicious.
We waited for what seemed like hours for Ashley to arrive watching both the arrivals doors just in case he slips past us in ...
... I felt like I was channelling Mama Histon's previous text while in the UK:
"Just follow all the signs Karin, and it takes about 1 and 1/2 hours, if you don't miss any turns!!"
On the way back…we didn't miss any turns and were back to the start in 30 minutes! hahaha!
We found parks, saw ducks, the kids hugged one another through the trees and kept each other warm and giggly. I revelled in the wind on my face, the sun on ...