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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... level. We were having trouble breathing, to the point where we had to walk really slow. Going down that part was scary, because of the steep dropoffs. There were a lot of BEWARE OF CREVICES signs. Once we got to the border, we decided to go back to the Italian side and do more off course skiing. Then, as always, I had the worst crash, not on an unpaved course, but on a paved one. I had split up with Yeo by accident, going down another course than him. ...
... 5 bedrooms we could have accommodated more friends or family but Marg brought along enough new toys to fill the house!! We became very friendly with the chalet owners, Eli & Martin and their 20 month daughter Alma plus their 11 yr old labrador, Targa. They lived underneath the main chalet which consisted of the top 2 floors. Really nice people who welcomed us warmly, helped us out a great deal and gave us the best advice.They even invited Grace & I to ...
... br> In the past I have been less than kind to France. My view was based on our previous visit in 2010 where we stuck pretty closely to the major towns and south coast on the Mediterranean. This time we spent our time in the smaller rural villages and paralleled the coast through
rural and mountain areas. Whilst most of the villages are so depressing it’s a wonder the locals don’t top themselves after their morning coffee, some are real gems. The scenery through ...
... pension which gives you a room with dinner and breakfast but then she snorted and said that dinner was over and that we were too late even though people were obviously still eating their dinners. I objected and was just before causing a scene when she directed us to a table and plopped a bowl of thin rice soup between us. Not too long after she brought us a few slices of mystery meat and a bowl of rice and followed it with canned mandarin oranges with ...
... gondola and they were mostly skiers and snowboarders with all their gear. We were standing in the middle of the gondola, so poor little Austen couldn't see a thing except lots of tall people all around him.
When the gondola went over the supporting poles, it swung like a pendulum and everyone let out a scream. It kept swinging and we were all trying to stay on our feet and not freak out! It climbed higher and higher and for most of the ride there was a jagged cliff face ...