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 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
ok, so i havent been skiing anywhere except here in serbia - and i really want to do more time on the mountains (i still dream of doing a whole season).

im very lucky in that i dont have an office job. as long as i have internet access i can work - and so it doesnt really matter where in the world i am as long as i can get a fairly decent internet connection (i run the internet side of a telecom company). i can get dialup access in kopaonik, but thats not really good enough.

does anyone know of any ski accomodation in the alps that has decent internet access in the actual chalet? going to internet cafes really isnt an option as i work till all hours of the night and cant work very well with other people around me.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
can't help directly but have you thought of getting a GPRS modem? - or can you dial through your mobile phone? You'd probably also want an extra-national or global ISP too to make call charges a little more reasonable. I use iPass.
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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?
Not the Alps, but when I was at Beavertail Lodge, Fernie, a couple of years ago, I think they were intending to install broadband internet access in each room. If that's important, I'd check with them before you go, though. Quite the nicest chalet I have ever stayed in, BTW.
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We could sort you out with wired or wireless access to a 512/128 ADSL line in either the Chamois or Bouquetin apartments....take a look at http://www.alpsun.com for more details of our apartments and rates.

pete@alpsun.com
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