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Having a wee stab at this today

Im currently in Flaine (on paper)

KLM Inverness - Geneva £250

Hotel Terminal Neige Totem B&B - £1100

Ski School / Lessons - TBC

Equipment Hire - TBC

Transfer - Any ideas? Arrive Geneva 18.40 and leave 9.10

That's for 5 nights leaving January 11th pretty pricey that really im away to check Morzine
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That's a great place to stay Le Totem, I'm usually driving down so don't have transfer info that's current, but a friend recently used one for decent cost there. He's unavailable at the moment, if no cost is offered in the meantime on here I'll contact him later for a recommendation.
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ski3 wrote:
That's a great place to stay Le Totem, I'm usually driving down so don't have transfer info that's current, but a friend recently used one for decent cost there. He's unavailable at the moment, if no cost is offered in the meantime on here I'll contact him later for a recommendation.


Thanks just thinking that given the flight is at 9am we might be better if its possible to come back down to Geneva airport the night before after a days skiing its a bit of a hassle with the bags and stuff though.

I now realise why we phone up Ski Safari and book a package to Whistler every year so much easyier and actually not far out price wise.
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@dave_wick, the Totem is NOT budget accommodation!!
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@dave_wick, the Totem is NOT budget accommodation!!


Im aware
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Go Massif do return transfers for about £75pp I think (depending on the € exchange)

For €760 you could book for a week (don't have to use it all...) self catered at the Terraces D'Eos (Pierre et Vacances), even shopping / eating out probably cheaper than Totem all in...

If you do end up in Flaine I can recommend the "tartipizza" from the restaurant down in the Forum
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