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- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... were able to come out to repair it, the cost would have been 650€!! The poor Landie has taken a pounding too and I dread to think what else will need sorting out once the snow has melted.
Skiing has not been a priority and I am hoping that once these peak weeks are over and guest bookings peter out we will have some time and energy to go up and enjoy the snow. I have not really had time to recover from my illness at Christmas and with ...
... Alps to a standstill. We didn’t have snow again until last week, but with cold temperatures and excellent piste management by the team in the resort, the skiing has remained really good. We have had some significant snow this last week with more forecast, which all bodes well for future guests as well as us.
It’s been a funny year for bookings. We have filled the peak weeks as usual, but have picked up lots of bits and pieces in between times. ...
Whilst friends enjoy the first day opening of some resorts in the Alps and Americans struggle to get out of their homes, I am walking each day in shirt-sleeves and temperatures of 21 degrees. We did have some snow at the beginning of last week and the resort began to take on the feel of a new season, however it all changed by midweek and the forecast is for rain next week. Didn't open the resort yesterday as planned and with less than ...
... little barn is finished outside and Stef has begun to fit the inside out. He is making some stairs up to the mezzanine level and then we can have a jolly good sort out both in the shed and the barn so Stefan ( and I) can find things. He is the most untidiest person I have ever met!! Work ceased for a week last week as he secured a contract in Mexico to survey for a Hover Barge for a gold mining company. Peru, Brazil and Papua New Guinea may also be on the ...
... over here, no camping grounds mean no camping. Unlike the land of milk and honey, there is no public land to camp on. Try camping in a car park or in the street and you will be moved on and fined.
The weather is one thing I can’t complain about (amazingly). It has been excellent since we arrived, but it will cool off somewhat by the time we retrace our tracks back to Britain in October to store the truck until 2015. But for the moment, while we head ...