Hotel Le Clos du Lac
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... So I saw my first European castle, and it was awesome! I also learned more about how disgusting our forebears were (never showering for fear of getting sick), and how ridiculous their beliefs were (they thought if you slept laying down you would die). Most important lesson: Because hallways were not invented until the 18th century, most rooms led directly into each other, and so there was rarely any privacy time. If you were really ...
... f' and clearly said " Cates Folliet" and what I thought translated to Cate's Folly. Quick research on tables in near vicinity showed their saucers all said " Cafes". Just a coincidence probably, but it did make me think. But I smiled inwardly thinking of Cate's mischievous sense of humour. As well as sometimes being very naughty, she was very spiritual. So, who knows?
... and Ian (Australian & English) and Suanne and Lance (USA & English). Debbie and Suzanne seemed determined to dance me off my feet and I loved it. Of course I stopped for some reflection on past NYEs, but the pace was such that I didn't have much of an opportunity. The night went so fast it was midnight and then 2.00 am seemingly in a flash. When we left the party was still in full swing and apparently went on until daylight.
... horizontal branches looked amazing.
La Clusaz was absolutely buzzing. The excitement was almost tangible with everyone seemingly out to enjoy the long awaited snow sports weather. But the cold was not something to be taken lightly. Restaurants and shops were stuffy and overheated, but once out in the open we had to be totally rugged up with all exposed skin well covered. Skiing with all this ...
... I was well rugged up and a glass of hot Gluhwein helped dull the feelings and this was followed by a steaming hot bowl of cabbage soup. Wow, the silly things one without a partner's comfort to consider does.
Yesterday was of course Boxing Day. Cate and I spent Boxing Day last year with eyes glued to the TV screen watching the Ashes cricket and the start of the Sydney to Hobart. Particularly because of the weather ...