Résidence Aime 2000 La Plagne
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What a day ! We drove 90mins to Lac Aiguebelette and had a wonderful day. By chance we were able to wander into the athletes area and cruised around all their tents. Just like a Sunday picnic, except, stationery bikes, kids paddling pools and rowing boats everywhere. We tracked down the Kiwi's and quickly took a photo and moved on. We watched the activity on the athlete's screen, went and saw the boats being weighed and really felt part of the action. ...
Did this three times, just for fun.
No luggage but rain on the first two runs over.
The last time was as I headed to france, via Italy.
Because it was sunny I got to see some of the mountains on the last run, just got wet and saw clouds the first day.
Also cyclists were out in the sun, and whilst the fella I chatted to at the top was enjoying his riding and meeting a friend there at ...
By James: Tuesday 1st September was my first day in my new French School, Montessori-Mont Blanc. There are a total of 15 of us in the School. There is my NZ School Principal (Pete) and a French Teacher (Isabella). FB (a New Zealander ...
... each had a cheese and bread and salad plate. The views from this refuge are beautiful, with Mont Blanc above in a vast white mountaintop area, and the view down of the town way below.
After lunch we went on up to the Aiguille du Midi, in our opinion the most fantastic cable car system in the world and a totally amazing engineering feat. There is always something going on at the top and there are several terraces from which ...
... in Disneyland! At $130 a night, surely there must be drinking water included, right? Not so much. Not at ALL actually! You are welcome to buy it though - at $7 per liter! So, in addition to a full pack with climbing gear, we packed in about 12 liters of water. I think that was the heaviest backpack I have ever carried and I was actually worried that the straps might break. I can't overstate this enough: Getting dropped off at the Aguille du ...