Hotel Villa Anna Maria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Monday 5th Jan - After looking at the map of Italy and wanting to get Liam up to some snow we chose to have a day trip to this delightful little town in northern Italy, hoping to find some snow to play in, and it was only about 2 hours by train. Aosta is a bilingual town in the Alps close to the entrance of the Mont Blanc tunnel, the major transport link of Italy to northern Europe. It has many very old roman ruins, but we didn't see any of the town! While researching the ...
... sounds familiar. We were greeted in our Chalet by the Jeffcotes who were in very high spirits after their 32 hr journey to Verbier via London. We were also greeted by Zara and Charlotte who are our amazing chef and hostess - more about them later.
Somehow we managed to get 9 people in and out of the ski rental shop and kitted out in with boots, skis poles, helmets etc and had a welcome drink with the Jeffy's at the W hotel who had kindly put up a pop-up bar with ...
... ourselves since Chamonix is still closed. We couldn't get the girls gear until 8:30 regardless so while we waited for that I went off and tried to find out how we could get to Verbier, a resort in Switzerland that we had heard a lot about. Bus and train were pretty much a no go so the only option really was to hire a car and drive there. We were a bit nervous about driving through the alps incase the roads were icy and we were driving on the right side but ...
brings me delicious hot chocolate which revives me. We continue up the stairs
to the viewing platform and views are unbelievable and the sight will live with
us forever. Not nearly as cold as i thought it would be. Absolutely perfect
weather and we can see for 100's of klms. What a magical place this area was and we are
sorry to leave it and we set off at 6.30 am the
next morning in the ...
... and were only too happy to help. Mummy Swede took charge and instructed me to follow her as the group made its way down the mountain side. Immediately, I had visions of the last time I was rescued by a no-nonsense female and, once again, my response was exactly the same: total compliance. Whereas crossing an awkward -looking stream on my own involved a period of initial assessment, the removal of boots and socks, a tentative stepping through the 4 metres of rocky water ...