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... Exploring the small town and shops here was great. Proceeding from our amazing experience we went to a local restaurant and ate lunch. After we headed back to Geneva for the last few hours. Here we went to the hotel I packed and got ready to go to our final dinner in Old City Geneva. This was close to our hotel and a very good place for dinner. One of the items that stood out to me were the ...
... Mike and I went for a walk around the village and it was one of the cutest places I have ever been too. I loved the little stream/ river the went through the middle of the village.
We walked around a little until we went back to the group to get ready for lunch.
We waited with everyone by the cable cars until it was time to walk to the restaurant with the others.
When we were walking to the restaurant, we walked throught the ...
... beautiful view the Nestle had of the river and mountains.
Back on the bus and as usually I fall asleep right away.
When I woke up we were back at the hotel and we had a little time before we wanted to go out for dinner. I decided to go back to H and M to return some things I had bought that I did not like. I knew that I had to return them before going back to America because I would not be able to when I got home. I also wanted to pick up some chocolate for my friends. ...
... pottered around in the village. Helen needed some minor dental work and fortunately she found a very helpful and apparently very friendly dentist in La Clusaz.
I found today's skiing difficult and not as enjoyable due to the variable snow conditions and the stiffness of my thigh muscles (I'm obviously not as fit as I might have thought). It may be because the snow is so fresh and there is not yet a decent base, but the ...
... a clean friendly city
We did meet a "character of the day' in Geneva in the guise of a tour bus operator. This guy was trying to sort out several languages for passengers and got totally confused. He berated a man on the street for not crossing with his children by a pedestrian crossing. He forgot where he was going and repeated a bit of the journey and wondered why the commentary didn't fit and to cap it ...