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... of eight from there to the hotel in their minivan.
The trams are great: clean, cheap, and all electric. The city of Geneva (from what I could see) was really clean too, with recycling bins everywhere there's a rubbish bin. The water here even tastes like New Zealand water! The hotel is really nice too, with big modern rooms. Definitely nice to have some space after ...
... interactive museum experience was perfect!
One floor brings back the excitement of the games through ear phones, and you can hear the crowds cheering while athletes achieve Olympic feats and fame.
Personal garb from various athletes have been put on display on another floor, giving you a sense of who they were, or at least their physical stature.
Yet another floor takes you through the history of the Olympics and the key people ...
... enjoyed the North American plants section, it was like seeing a bunch of dear friends again. Lunch on the terrace of the garden cafe didn't stink either.
Tamar and I were on our own for dinner that night, Mike had something with the conference. We ate at a small, casual and somewhat more affordable restaurant in the old section.
Mike took Thursday off from the conference. We decided to have a picnic with the leftover provisions in ...
... Sunday after 6 pm (we got here right around 5:30). After settling in we decided to walk down to Lake Geneva to take some pictures. It started to rain (sometimes a little harder than we appreciated) but we got some very nice views of the rainbow that appeared afterwards. We found a restaurant that was open on our way back to the hotel and stopped there for a late dinner. Tomorrow we will be going to the chocolate ...
... the festival and back out with the helping hands of security p, I made it to the kebab shop which is something of an institute in Geneva and had a cracking lebanese kebab. Then we headed for home. At the train station we said hello to three Spanish students who were looking to sleep at the station. Bryan being a man with a heart of solid gold, just invited them back to our place and offered to drive them back to the city in the morning. No worries about them being ...