alpage

alpage

[′al·pəj]
(ecology)
A summer grazing area composed of natural plant pasturage in upland or mountainous regions.
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Page web de Benoit Sagot--equipe Alpage (INRIA/Paris 7): SxLFG.
We booked L'Alpage, essentially a cheese shop with a restaurant, and decided on a raclette, essentially a large piece of cheese slowly melted under a heat lamp.
| For activities see activites-morzine.com and frogsrafting.com | For L'Alpage restaurant see alpage-morzine.com The dining room inside the Hotel Chalet au Coin de Feu
The delicate fragrances remind me of Le Gruyere AOC Alpage (cheese made in the mountains), which director of La Maison du Gruyere Fabienne Porchet joked was a "good fat."
alpage It would be worth trying a trial period of a pounds 1 stake as we simply don't know if that would increase or decrease the pool.
DISCOVER the food and wine of the lush Savoyard region of France on a cookery week at Chalet Hotel Alpage (0171 583 5566).
One of my neighbours to the west is an alpage called Annely.
Contact: Fromagerie d'Alpage, 026 921 10 44, www.fromagerie-alpage.ch
alpage One of the suggestions I have seen is that the Levy Board wants to plug the gap between afternoon and evening racing with twilight racing to stop people leaving the betting shops/turning off TV.
FOUR and five-night skiing breaks in the French Alps are being offered throughout January by Chalet Hotel Alpage in La Clusaz (0171 583 5566).
The Hotel Alpage Ambassador has a creche where you can leave the children from 9am to 4.30pm with lunch (pounds 132 for six days, pounds 22 per day), and a mini club with lesson in the morning, lunch and afternoon of supervised play or more skiing (pounds 152 per week).