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  Topic Started By:  rosiereindeer    On:  Fri 4th November, 2005 at 17:52
mickworld
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London
#16  Re: La Plagne-Montchavin  7 Nov '05 at 12:33

Originally posted by rodent

nice one mista!!

When i go in 3 weeks time you're gonna have to take my place!!! Get researching!!!

(just thought - you're going too - whose gonna help these people when we are gone!!!)

Afternoon, rodent, not long now!
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rodent
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From Vail back to London
#17  Re: La Plagne-Montchavin  7 Nov '05 at 13:08
Hey mick,

nope, 3 weeks and 3 days - getting v v v excited!!
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mickworld
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London
#18  Re: La Plagne-Montchavin  7 Nov '05 at 13:32

Originally posted by rodent

Hey mick,

nope, 3 weeks and 3 days - getting v v v excited!!

Shame you missed out on Friday at GJs - very good, very messy!
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rodent
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#19  Re: La Plagne-Montchavin  7 Nov '05 at 14:09
yep, was gutted to miss that, really gutted.... glad it was good tho!!!
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#20  Re: La Plagne-Montchavin  7 Nov '05 at 15:08
If im down in 1800 how easy is it to get between the villages at night? especially Plagne Centre?

Cheers
x
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rodent
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#21  Re: La Plagne-Montchavin  7 Nov '05 at 16:01
Its easy for you to get to Centre from 1800 - just one bus ride up and a taxi home, (maybe long walk home, can't remember!) but from Montchavin / Les Coches you are in one little area and aren't on the bus route to anywhere else........
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RidingMountains2
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#22  Re: La Plagne-Montchavin  7 Nov '05 at 16:48

Originally posted by rodent

Depends on which chalet you are in, and the ratio of girls to boy etc as to where you are living. There is staff accomodation below the Mont Fort and below the Versoye, but then again, it changes each year, but honestly - Montchavin is v small and so you are never far away from your chalet.......

It is a really pretty alpine village, not been there in the winter (except to ski past) but reckon you'll have a good one!!!

Hey Rodent i did say hello and hug Montchavin for you when i was there in the summer and can confirm to all others that it is a very nice typically french village
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rodent
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#23  Re: La Plagne-Montchavin  7 Nov '05 at 16:50

Originally posted by RidingMountains2

Originally posted by rodent

Depends on which chalet you are in, and the ratio of girls to boy etc as to where you are living. There is staff accomodation below the Mont Fort and below the Versoye, but then again, it changes each year, but honestly - Montchavin is v small and so you are never far away from your chalet.......

It is a really pretty alpine village, not been there in the winter (except to ski past) but reckon you'll have a good one!!!

Hey Rodent i did say hello and hug Montchavin for you when i was there in the summer and can confirm to all others that it is a very nice typically french village

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rosiereindeer
Member Since: 2005
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Canterbury
#24  Re: La Plagne-Montchavin  7 Nov '05 at 17:11
thanks guys,am getting excited now, 2 weeks and 4 days left.eeek!!!!
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