Alex didn't take any lessons this time but I think we will return to this resort so he may well enroll next year. Antonia had 3 individual lessons and came away with her first badge! She has a bronze with one star, so she is on the rungs now!! She even came down a red run with her instructor when the blue was closed. This is her 2nd proper season and she was much more resilient than last year. There were no tears and she did well. She also slept like a log in the evenings!
Aosta itself was interesting. It is the most northerly city in Italy - so there is a cathedral. It is named for Augustus and he has a triumphal arch there. The ruins are amazing. The old walls are in great condition and you can really see how it must have looked. Very interesting.
We ate loads of Polenta but one of our favourites was the ham and cheese toastie served in one of the restaurants on the slopes!
On the way back we had a flying visit to Milan - basically the square outside the station! Looks interesting though.
I'm now going to be lazy and put all the piccies over on Antonia's blog - I should have uploaded them before I wrote all this and now it will throw out all the text and I cannot be bothered with all the messing to get it looking right again! So head over there for piccies!!