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Poster: A snowHead
Wed 17-01-18 13:59
Replies: 5
Chalet des Alpes, Prarion. Great!
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Thu 11-01-18 14:10
Replies: 42
We have quite a few black squirrels here, but at present they are not at this altitude, although my dogs are obsessed with something in the large stone boulders behind the house in the garden, maybe they've hibernated there :D
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Thu 11-01-18 12:53
Replies: 3
Speak to Stephanie or Nicky at Neige, they are extremely helpful.
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Sat 6-01-18 11:58
Replies: 24
@Whitegold, A bit of wind and snow in Switzerland A BIT of wind?!!! You weren't here Matey I had to baton down the shutters as they were about to be torn off their hinges. Veysonnaz/Thyon closed for two days.
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Tue 2-01-18 11:14
Replies: 24
I have changed bookings earlier and later with one quick phone call and often have paid no surcharge as the fare was the same. They are very efficient.
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Wed 20-12-17 12:23
Replies: 10
A curmudgeonly response, @telford_mike. It was a perfectly sensible suggestion. +1, an extremely sound idea I thought.
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Wed 20-12-17 9:04
Replies: 26
After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
Tue 19-12-17 9:14
Replies: 47
@andy, What is this awful fad of serving food on slate tiles? Nails on blackboards! Unfortunately the 'concept' has crept over here.
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Sun 17-12-17 9:45
Replies: 27
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Mon 11-12-17 19:01
Replies: 308
@snoozeboy, Fair enough, I did see that on the news, I'm glad you were ok. I think we were luckier round here.
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Mon 11-12-17 12:25
Replies: 308
@Whitegold, I didn't witness any 'chaos' just a load of snow
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Thu 9-11-17 12:29
Replies: 20
@moseyp, I did see a while back that Neige Aventure were hiring, I'm sure they hire at L2 and its not necessary to be fluent in French, but to teach children you'd have to speak their mother tongue, but many of their adult clients speak English (i.e.the Dutch), they also like people who want the peak weeks.
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Wed 8-11-17 13:05
Replies: 33
@hammerite, Have a look at: allposters.co.uk and search 'skiing' they have some great pictures and posters an you can buy them framed.
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Fri 27-10-17 12:26
Replies: 83
I'm glad I had a free ticket - definitely not worth the £22 walk up entry price! I didn't go, but my husband went and said he thought £22 was steep to go into what was basically a shopping mall, he enjoyed meeting the Powdair team though.
Poster: A snowHead
Fri 27-10-17 12:23
Replies: 63
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Thu 12-10-17 16:23
Replies: 21
We booked two adjacent and moved the furniture around to suit with one apartment used as a dormitory. I bet you were popular ;-)
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Sun 8-10-17 16:39
Replies: 14
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Sun 8-10-17 8:28
Replies: 12
Definitely book, even the more casual places.
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Sun 8-10-17 8:23
Replies: 12
If you love the Grindelwald area, you'll love Cervinia/Zermatt area. Go for it. You won't regret it +1, love the Red 7 run in Cervinia.
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Thu 5-10-17 8:24
Replies: 75
so many of the flights are not on a Saturday One of the major attractions of Powdair is that they make the long weekends do-able. I shall still have friends who will use Geneva, they like the train ride etc, but for my son to come out for weekends its looking good.
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Thu 5-10-17 8:12
Replies: 80
@Hells Bells, Agreed, I have never seen a dog urinate in a gondola, mine walks straight in and sits quietly under the seat, its mostly the other people who want to pet and talk to him.
After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
Wed 4-10-17 12:46
Replies: 90
As does @Hells Bells, I always use the far left lanes, they always seem the emptiest.
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Wed 4-10-17 12:09
Replies: 80
Personally speaking, I'd be extremely annoyed if I had to share a gondola or chair lift with dog. Why on earth not a gondola? If you don't like it get on the next one, Generally I have not seen any dogs on chairlifts.
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Sat 23-09-17 16:07
Replies: 30
you could meet the aunt in Sion for a night at the end of your trip? Sadly there aren't any great hotels in Sion.
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Sat 23-09-17 16:03
Replies: 82
Courchevel isn't a patch on Lech, your wife will love it!
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Sun 17-09-17 21:39
Replies: 21
For 4 Vallees try Thyon, Les Collons for ski in/ski out. Theres not much In Nendaz.
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Wed 13-09-17 8:24
Replies: 12
@Ricklovesthepowder, Great deal....enjoy!
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Sun 10-09-17 15:03
Replies: 161
@Steve Sparks, Good to be back 'on thread' :D :D
Poster: A snowHead
Fri 1-09-17 13:09
Replies: 75
@telford_mike, Thanks for that, didn't pick that one up (probably Skyscanner)
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Thu 31-08-17 13:22
Replies: 75
Also I wish some airline would do a direct flight from the UK to Berne.
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Thu 31-08-17 13:21
Replies: 75
@valais2, I think its great news for all, I will still have friends that will will come and stay and do the Geneva EJ route (some really enjoy the train). but my son works in London now and the LCY route will be great for him, although this particular route seems expensive, especially as he will have nothing to check in. As you say its all looking excellent and its early days and its another option for us all.
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Mon 14-08-17 14:50
Replies: 110
@Markymark29, Le Mont Dore ,mid 1970's on school trip . Thats where La Bourboule is, must have been a fave for cheap school ski trips, its was pretty grim as I remember. :)
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Mon 14-08-17 12:10
Replies: 110
@espri, I have a photo of my mother just like that, I think in Seefeld. No wonder she never really took to skiing!
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Mon 14-08-17 12:08
Replies: 110
Some dodgy drag lift in La Bourboule in the Massif Central in the early seventies. God thats made me feel ancient!
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Sat 12-08-17 10:01
Replies: 21
@Weathercam, Gorgeous photos of your dogs 8)
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Tue 27-06-17 9:25
Replies: 12
@under a new name, You're right, its the car that's insured.
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Fri 16-06-17 12:05
Replies: 4
I was there last week. Its a modern, efficient airport. I got through passport control and customs really quickly But I was travelling on a Thursday morning, so it was pretty quiet. I would say you were pushing it to get the 11h00 transfer, you haven't said what day of the week you'd be travelling and are you going to have checked in baggage?
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Thu 8-06-17 9:26
Replies: 83
I think its better now its not at Earls Court, the last time I went to Earls Court I swore never to go back hassle of walking there IMV Its only a few minutes walk from Sloane Square tube station, plus 3 bus routes (44, 137 and 452) that stop by the park so not a much of a hassle.
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Wed 17-05-17 13:15
Replies: 9
You'll probably get the skis in resort before the lifts start in the morning.
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Wed 29-03-17 8:57
Replies: 86
@intermediate, As @pam w, says stay high. Spring has arrived head on, its beautiful and very warm but the snow is certainly paying the price.
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