We called ahead of time to ask if private lessons could be booked on the spot or if we needed to reserve. We were told we could book on the spot. When we turned up first thing in the morning however we were told nothing could be done until the afternoon.
Also, the ski school for under 6 year olds, club "piou piou", was good during the week, when they actually separated children according to ability so they could progress. The Saturday class however was a shambles:our relatively experienced little skier , who had until the day before taken ski lifts on her own and snow-plowed down a green slope with club "piou piou", was stuck in the flat enclosure and left to her own devices as the teacher,( a different one from the week classes , on her own and not too bothered),looked after some 3 year olds that had never been on skis( as she explained with a smiling - shrug.Was the club not meant for 4 to 6 , as we had been sold?) .
Our child lying on the snow, skis off and half asleep, one hour before pick up time, while the photographer chatted to the teacher.
This seemed more like a market for the photographer than a ski lesson charged at 38 euros.
I guess like in many things in life, so much depends on whom you get, but I expected more consistency from the ESF.
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