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Last Minute 5th Feb

 Poster: A snowHead
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We are hoping for a last minute deal for week commencing 5th February for four girlies in one of the big French resorts. I usually go in January but due to work we are having to go this week, are we being a bit optimistic or has anyone managed a good deal for this week. Also does it start to get busy this week, the half term is the following week so hoping will still be OK. Thanks.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
sallyanne, French zone 'B' is on holiday that week (one of the three French academic zones), so yes it will be a lot busier than what you've been used to if you usually go in January.

It could be worse though - it doesn't include Paris/Bordeaux/Versailles (Zone C) who usually head en masse to the big resorts, or the Savoie area/Lyon/Grenoble/Brittany/Normandy/Toulouse (Zone 'A') - again, they mainly head for the northern French Alps.

Zone 'B' does include Eastern France (Strasbourg/Besançon etc), Northern France (Lille area) so you won't avoid these, but a big proportion of the Marseille/Southern France crowd will mainly head for the southern French Alps.

The whole of February was booked up very early this season, so best of luck in getting a "good deal"!
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Hi,

visit www.skialouettes.com
My family own this chalet in Morzine , Les Portes du Soleil France, worlds largest linked ski area (650 km)
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