Montagnettes, Le Chalet Du Vallon
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... evening we had a super night with Cousin Dan and Sheila in their very nice village of Scotch Corner (I think a population of 350). After very sad good byes we are now back in Chamonix. It's always hard leaving Aunty Chris and Neville. Interesting for us, Chamonix felt like "coming home". The snow is further down the mountain, the trees are all golden and we are now off to watch NZ v Australia in the Grand Final. Go the Mighty All Blacks. ...
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... all up the Maurienne valley has been cloudy and rainy – and snowy higher up – all day. Generally grim in other words. Here is actually sunny, albeit a bit chilly.
The other thing is I have just had a cappuccino in Italy. There was no chocolate powder on top. Just frothy milky coffee. I have no idea if that’s an authentic cappuccino or not, but it tasted good.
... its design and construction. The layout and storage worked well, with ample space for crockery and kitchen appliances. Everything was within easy reach and the Blum mechanisms meant the drawers and doors shut nicely. It is everything this kitchen isn’t.The current layout has proven to be eminently functional and effective, but I miss my kitchen. The range hood here was obviously build for a jockey, and hits me at shoulder height. The ...
... my pronunciation, and are always happy to help.Our local supermarket is very handy (five minutes’ walk) but sadly lacking in variety and panache. The floor tiles are cracked, parts of it need a bloody good clean and the place is often in disarray, yet somehow it remains well supported by the local clientele. The head check-out Lady (who I suspect is the owner) rules the roost with stern authority and seldom seems happy. Yet after 10 weeks we have ...