Parkhotel Beau Site
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Monday 5th Jan - we chose to have a day trip to this delightful little town in northen Italy hoping to find some snow to play in, and it was only about 2 hours by train. Aosta is a bilingual town in the Alps close to the entrance of the Mont Blanc tunnel, the major transport link of Italy to northern Europe. It has many very old roman ruins, but we didn't see any of the town! While researching the internet (what would we do without it) I discovered a cable ...
... the table and then Oli decided to join them in sympathy - picture attached. Our home dinners have included Coq au Vin, Salmon, Pork Belly (OMG), Rosemary Lamb and a whole range of other gourmet and very diet oriented meals. We also have a freshly baked cake waiting for us in the chalet every afternoon. Mmmmm. The 4 course dinners have definitely taken their toll on the Apres Ski action with some very early to bed nights in week 1 but we plan to turn that around in week 2 ...
... open but it was enough for us on our first day. It was actually quite icy so not the nicest snow in the world but once the sun had been on it for awhile it softened up a bit. We did a few runs then stopped for a quick lunch at the top. It was such a nice day and from the top we got a panorama view of the Swiss alps. Stunning! After lunch we went down a different valley and the snow was a lot nicer. Just as the sun was coming back out and everyone was starting to get ...
Our skiing odyssey continued in the 2nd week at Zermatt, with significant improvements made in all of our skills. Oli and Jesse came along well with the very patient Hannah with both of the boys confidently navigating red runs amongst renditions of One Direction from Jesse. Sal and her new facebook friend Nico made some great progress as well, conquering both the top of the mountain and the tricky Gornergrat runs on the other side of the village. For my ...
... 12 so we killed some time in the shops waiting for 12 o'clock to tick over. We fronted up again to be told if we had "Swiss rail passes" we would get a further discount. We were unaware of this and had not brought them with us, so Carolyn and I did the dash back to the hotel for our Swiss rail passes so we got a decent discount in the end. Off we set on the train climbing, climbing, climbing to the top with all the skiers. ...