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... now passing the time in pubs and restaurants in BSM. We ended up having lunch at L'Arssiban, our absolute favourite BSM restaurant, which is a little way out of town, but worth walking to, as we did many times with Margaret & Paul, Ann & Klaus and Helen & John...we celebrated our wedding anniversary there and also valentines day, so it was a delight to go there one last time.
... aiming towards the shopping district. Our bodies were telling us that it was not the Greek Islands anymore and we were darn cold so it was time for a bit of a wardrobe update.
A couple of hours of shopping along the pretty streets of Geneva and our tummies were starting to rumble. Whilst on our journey we had spotted a nice looking place where we returned to delight in a couple of local beers along with a traditional Swiss meal which was like ...
... br> A little bit about Geneva and Switzerland.
Geneva is Switzerland's second biggest city. It lies in the southwest, near the border with France, at the western end of Lake Geneva, where the Rhone flows out of the lake. A number of major international organizations have their headquarters in Geneva. These include the United Nations (UN), the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the World Health Organisation (WHO), the UN High Commission ...
... Luckily, one of the women could translate a little bit for us. After lunch, we hiked back down, although a different way, passing through many cows and their manure. Feeling lost, we asked other hikers along the way which was to Geneva, and we made it. Hiking was by far my favorite part of the weekend. Straight from our hike, our sweaty selves took the bus to a metro, and the metro ...
... the Geneva festival. We had planned to go back to the old town, but a massive poor down in the late afternoon made us retreat back to the flat. Despite our umbrellas, we arrived rather wet.
I had to work on Monday and Tuesday, but work is not very busy yet. So I could meet Andrew for lunch and then get off work early. On Monday, the weather was s**t, so we decided to have a nice dinner at home, on the balcony. We brightened it up with a couple of ...