Pierre & Vacances Residence Les Jardins Ombrages
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Since having the children, this was the first Christmas holiday Peter and I spent away from friends and family so we tried to find magic anywhere we could. Here is what it looked like for us.
As soon as December began, we were off to one of the oldest churches in Vieux Lyon to enjoy a very moving ...
... served i.e. "Cafes Folliet", but mine had lost the top of the 'F' and clearly said " Cates Folliet". Quick research on tables in near vicinity showed their saucers all said " Cafes". Just a coincidence probably, but it did stop me in my tracks. But I smiled inwardly thinking of Cate's mischievous sense of humour. She was very spiritual; who knows?
... t know how I would have got through without you.
As I said, I was really worried about NYE and how I'd handle spending it without Cate by my side. Well as it turned out, I was fine. In fact the party we went to in the village café was one of the best NYE parties I've ever been to. The café had gone to trouble to create a really buzzy atmosphere with mood and strobe lighting, hundreds of balloons, a DJ playing very ...
... going to be challenging.
The pretty village of Thone with its amazing Christmas lights which we visited on the way home from our Christmas Eve dinner in La Clusaz was now heavy with snow so we returned after dark to see how it might have changed. It's a charming village and the snow certainly added more charm.
It was a day of comparisons. How the scenery had changed in just two or three ...
... I felt so far away from this very Australian day..
Then today the snow the whole region has been hoping for arrived. I awoke to a magical scene, a real fairyland .There is nothing quite like waking to a countryside blanketed in snow; apart from its beauty the silence is deafening.
And the ski fields got a good fall as well so there is an excellent chance Helen and I could be skiing in a day or two. I can't wait.