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Happy1

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Ok in French alps in Samoëns but six euros for the flot bleu? What happened to a jeton for an Euro?!
 

Allanm

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Most bournes have been 2 Euros for a while. It must be very posh where you are for €6! Do you get someone to fill up and empty out for you?
 

MichaelT

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Most we see are €2 or €3 a go but I guess hey have you by the short and curlies, maybe they have to heat the borne to stop it freezing or something and charge to cover costs. I guess you can always not shower then at least you may get the slopes to yourselves once everyone gets a whiff:xlaugh:
 

Lenny HB

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We were in the Vosges eairler in the year on one Aire you had to put 6 Euro in a machine to get a jeton, even though we were low on water didn't bother thought it was a bit steep as it would have cost 12 Euro to fill the tank.

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