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Nikki Rowland
05 Oct 2004


Meribel is lovely. We managed to learn so much, thanks to excellent teaching from Ski Academy Ski School. You should buy a 3 Valley pass unless you are a total beginner. The Three valleys are just so big. In two weeks we still had not skied it all. Meribel is perfect as a base for all the area. Courchevel 1650 was our favourite for actual skiing as it was so quiet and easy. Val Thorens for the long days adventure. St Martin De Belleville for charm and lovely lunches at La Voute. (The best ducks Leg in the world). The apres-ski is not as good as St Anton, but still great for France. The Rond Point in Meribel, which has fantastic different live bands every afternoon and is really the best place to party in the afternoons. Its gets very crowded so it's best to get there at happy hour 4pm when drinks are a bit cheaper.It's also got a great restaurant and the best morning hot coffee in Meribel.Also excellent is a small pub at Meribel Village LDV especially on Thursdays.You can ski there and get the bus home. Nightlife in Meribel is really the Pub. which is quite international, even though outnumbered by Brits.Live groups every night. There are 3 discos with Dick's tea bar being the most popular among all the chalet girls. We went up to a bar in Mottaret called the Rastro for a fondue. The food was great and the party after was incredible. There were more people dancing on the tables than on the floor. Evidently this happens every Tuesday here and was once on English TV. There were many lovely restaurants that we found due to a little guide book which was given to us by the rep. It's published by some local workers and has about 40 different little restaurants in it. We tried 12 of them and every one was great food with ok prices. Expect about £10-12 a day for lovely lunches with wine.(Beers,soft drinks and spirits are expensive though.) We are coming back next year for sure, Couldn't miss it.

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