Hotel Les Barmes de l'Ours
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 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. ...
... better snow. I would have to re pass thru the scanner and without my lift pass it would not be possible. I could however stay on this field and get in a few runs without being scanned. I decided to do that and join them for lunch in the village below and pay the price of replacing the lift pass at the office located there. So off I went feeling that I would surely get a Dod of the Day for this effort. Well at least the sun was shining and ...
... best about sledding and his answer was - because you can go really fast, and crash without hurting yourself!
It wasn't really cold up the mountain, about 3º C and the sun was out, to wear snow gear one could have been over dressed!. There hasn't been a fall of snow in the past week so the snow wasn't fresh and quite icy and there were a few incidents of Rob and I slipping over.
It was certainly worth the trip up to this place for a inexpensive day of fun, and no churches ...
... spent a small fortune over the years visiting with my boys ski resorts around the world, and paying thru the nose for private lessons, I thought that I could give a reasonable account of myself. Well it seems that if you don't get around to skiing for six or so years your skill level drops a fair way down the ladder. Your mind knows what to do but the muscles just don't follow. I was hopeless! Luckily we had engaged a couple of guides for the next day and they split us into ...
... with orchestra... a great way to get into the spirit of things.
Also early in December, Lyon launches into the spirit of Advent in a big way with the annual Festival of Lights for four days, culminating on December 8th. It is the result of a promise made to Mother Mary who is credited with saving Lyon ...