- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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... br> Seemingly I had another brush with Cate today and after my experience at Dubai airport I'm starting to believe she might actually be watching over me. Helen and I stopped for a glass of hot wine after a couple of runs at one of the many mountainside cafes. The saucer on which Helen's wine was delivered had a brief reference to the brand of coffee ...
... opportunity which I must grasp to just 'move on'.
Whilst my grief over the last 6 months has overshadowed everything, one thing that has shone through is the amazing support I've received from family and friends. It has helped me enormously, and I consider myself so lucky that you all have been so understanding, supportive and have unselfishly given me the audience to talk about Cate and my grief. Thank you so much. ...
John and I headed into Annecy this morning, me to return my rental car to Avis firstly because it doesn't have winter tyres so is not safe on snowy or icy roads. I assumed when I ordered the car it would definitely have winter tyres, after all we're so close to the alps. But no, not Avis. Plus I've hardly used the car as John has kindly driven me virtually everywhere I've needed to go. John needed repairs completed in Annecy to his hearing ...
It was a very cold but sunny day as Helen, John and I headed up to La Clusaz for our first day of snow sports. Unfortunately hundreds of others had the same intentions so there were queues at every turn, on the road, at the ski lift shop and to finally get onto the gondola to the top. but it was worth it.
Whilst some of the slopes could do with more snow, the skiing conditions were ...
It snowed again overnight. Another good fall so skiing is definitely now on the agenda. In preparation we travelled through postcard perfect scenery back into La Clusaz to organise final equipment. The countryside in all directions was blanketed in white with snow heavy on rooftops and as it was just minus 3C snow remained thickly where it had landed on tree foliage. The forests of fur trees with ...