|The mountains around the town|
|View of the mountains while skiing|
|Some of the town|
|A pretty church|
|Looking out onto the park|
|A small street away from the action|
We strolled along Lake Geneva, taking in the sight of the Jet d'Eau Fountain, Geneva's most famous landmark. It is one of the biggest fountains in the world and the largest in Europe. The spray of the fountain reaches about 460 feet and pumps out 132 gallons of water per second!
After Geneva, we drove the hour to Chamonix and checked into our hotel/lodge. We spent three glorious days of skiing in great conditions; it had just snowed the night before we arrived, and the sun was shining clearly in the sky for us to see. Miles of groomed trails and un-groomed fresh powder laid before us and we were presented with a variety of descents for us to choose from.
|Jon on the t-bar|
|Jon on his way down|
|Through the trees|
|The mountain top band|
|Looking out to the mountains|
|Flaming creme brûlée|