Val Thorens: Day 1, 2 & 3

As you probably already know, I'm in Val Thorens, France right now! Woohoo! :)

So, let's start at the beginning. We arrived here on Saturday after a 12 hour long car journey. We first went to the reception desk to pick up our apartment keys, at which point I had a little heart attack. You see, I made an online reservation a few months ago and I chose an apartment that is located in the same building as the reception, because this is where the nicest apartments are situated. But after the lady behind the counter gave us the keys, she directed us to an apartment which was located in another building, and that was the point when I started to panick a bit. My mother gave me this angry look and I just thought ''I'm screwed''. I was the one doing all the reservations, and if something went wrong, I would be the one to blame.

But thankfully, it all turned out good great. When we opened the apartment door, we were all shocked. The apartment is absolutely gorgeous! I've never stayed in such an amazing apartment before. It has modern interior, two storeys, four bathrooms, a jacuzzi, three flat screen TVs... It's fabulous. When you come in, there is one really big room with a fully equiped kitchen, a dining room, a living room and an access to a large balcony. On this floor, there is also a bathroom, and next to it, there is a staircase that goes downstairs, where you can find one separate bathroom and two bedrooms, which also have their own bathrooms. The only downside to this apartment is that there are no doors in the bathrooms which are connected to the bedrooms - my sister and I are sharing one bedroom, so one of us has to go out of the room when another one wants to take shower. :D
Living room.



Me and my sister's bedroom.
Until now, we have had really nice weather - very sunny and warm. This is why I love to go skiing in Spring. Even though there have always been more snow that this year, all the skiing tracks are working 100%. What else can I say? I don't know, I haven't been doing anything special. I wake up, eat breakfast, go skiing, do a little bit of relaxing at one of the chalets, go back to the apartment to have lunch, read blogs, watch youtube videos, go shopping, have dinner, and watch movies. That's pretty much it. 

This post is getting way too long, so I'm going to stop with my blabbering now and show you some photos that I took in the last few days. Have fun! I sure will. :)
Welcome package - such a cool gesture! :)

Stuff from the welcome package.

A part of the view from our apartment.






A panoramic view from my ''relaxation place''.

4 comments :

  1. Looks like fun!! Have a fantastic time!

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  2. Gah I am so jealous! I would love to be in France right now (or anytime soon for that matter!) xoxo Marissa

    http://happiness-is-the-little-things.blogspot.com/

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  3. Sounds amazing!! And a welcome packet, how cute :) The view of the mountains looks awesome, hope you have an amazing time!

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  4. First of all, you are so lucky to be in France. And second of all you are so lucky to be within 12 hours driving time of this beautiful place!

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