Hotel Le Meleze
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... and we eventually won back my soggy washing.
A productive day at work, got lots of my jobs crossed off the list-hurrah! Yummy staff dinner from the No 14 kitchen of creamy mushroom pasta-sounds a bit dull? it really wasn't!
Massaging my boss tomorrow, hope he still thinks I'm worth it!
Snow is coming down like snowbodies business. Getting a good base on the pistes. . .apparantly:)
... manifique' several times to not altogether bad!
Walked home with Beth who has been making the No14 christmas tree look beautiful. The whole chalet is going to look so stunning when they have finished. We had a 'ready,steady cook'style dinner of random things we found in the fridge and cupboards. Result? a really rather good dolcelatte risotto.
Early to bed as we are heading up the hill tomorrow morning!
... thai crab cakes and mini tartiflette. Once we are sat at the impecably laid table the starter is marinated mackeral filets on wasabi puree, followed by the most incredible roast belly pork on parsnip puree with parsnip crisps-incredible! The only thing I left on the plate was the cracking, not because it wasn't tasty but for fear of shooting it across the table into the lap of our ettiquette teacher-I figured that might not be a good thing. Then whipped brie de meaux with the ...
... its doors, he concluded his gear was inadequate and hopped aboard.
Linda, Jason, and I agreed we’d rather walk in snow than rain, and set off across a mostly level trail that ducked in and out of the forest. In clear weather, views of the rock walls on the opposite side of the valley and the mountains that towered above would have been stunning. As it was, we contented ourselves with the magic of a white winter wonderland – in ...
... the Haute Route, and have wanted to return. This lovely old hotel has room for hundreds, but we had 13 people at the demi-pension dinner. Dinner was tres gourmet, with caulifower soup, a fillet of sole on a bed of zucchini and a special berry tart. Very elegant but in a way bitter sweet for the lack of people.
The plan for tomorrow may have to be re-arranged if the weather doesn't improve. We'll let you know!