Mercure Belle Plagne 2100
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... t know how, we talked our way in to joining this party and squeezed ourselves into their cars. They drove us to the club. The club was a bowling alley. With a bucking bronco. And a pool table. It was incredible!!! But no one was dancing and no one danced with me. I ordered bottles of champagne courtesy of the birthday boy, who I'm guessing didn't realise I had put them onto his tab until he came to settle up later that night. I, of course, had left ...
So, I've officially moved to The Alps for around 6 months. It is so cold I can't even believe it and there is no snow. My first day at work was painfully tedious and I spent the full day folding tea towels but I guess someone has to do it. Not much to report, nothing exciting has happened yet. We're pretty much in the middle of nowhere, with our apartments about ...
... it allowed us to gather things without having to be concerned about weight or the limiting size of our bags, now the car is gone we have to get back to 23kg per bag and 7kg for each piece of hand luggage. Next week we head off to Geneva en route to Russia, so we'll need to have it all sorted out by then.
... he take a reward for all his efforts, as he saved the day. Yay for the Frenchman in his crampons!!
We then had the warmest and best tasting hot chocolates EVER in the restaurant with the most incredible views (but now in warmth rather than -10 degrees!). Sam text us again to ask when we were coming back down to Chamonix, as he had a surprise for us. So we finished our drinks and took the Gondolas back to the bottom of the mountain. We didn't think our day could get much ...
... below us. It is the largest glacier in France at 7km long and 200m deep... AND WE WENT INSIDE IT!!
There was a small gondola which took us down closer to the glacier, but we still had to walk down 430 steps to get inside. The steps were built on top of the ice and rock and were quite wobbly at times. Heading down, we could see the marks above us on the rocks showing the height of the glacier in previous years. As ...