Geneva Residence - Appart'Valley - Gaillard
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGeneva Residence - Appart'Valley - Gaillard
Not the best hotel we have stayed in by any stretch of the imagination. The staff were rude, argumentative and were not helpful at all. The rooms were terrible, and make sure that you don't park illegally or your car might be removed in a scrap bin.
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... you pay a tourist tax but that also entitles you to free public transport. We caught a trolley bus into the main part of town. On the way the bus got pulled over by the cops, that was a first. I think he got a warning because we were soon on our way. The town is really hilly and you need to take a train to go from one side to the other.
The next day we took a boat along the lake to ...
Graham met another trathlete on the campsite and they decided to travel on the 7.30 bus into Geneva. An early start with number tattoos applied , sun cream on and pre race breakfast. I delivered them to the bus stop and went back to see if there was any other signs of life at base camp. Slowly the campers emerged and prepared themselves for the day ahead in the hot sun, We failed to get to the bus stop by 10am as planned so had to wait another half ann ...
... shop where I bought a key chain, a postcard, a shot glass and a small collector plate (since I got one in Lyon and saw one in Geneva, I figured it was a sign I should get it). We didn't want to buy too much since we had to bring it with us to our next visit but we knew there was more we wanted to purchase so we asked the owner when his hours were the next couple of days so we could come back. The owner was so friendly, he asked where we were from and was even willing to accept ...
... only down side to the whole train experience was the two people next to us. Every time they opened their bag, it smelled of rotting garbage. We quickly realized that it was the cheese they brought with them to spread on the entire loaf of bread to accompany the sun dried tomatoes, olives and applies, all of which was consumed in the first hour of the journey. I have no idea how they managed to put down that much food, cheese in particular (1/3 of a ...
... watches were purchased. The Old town was beautiful, as most Old towns are. Great buildings, lots of restaurants, patios and unique sculptures throughout, but my lord its an expensive city! We decided to head back to the hotel to join Emile for some drinks there. I put myself on restaurant-duty and found us a funky Asian-fusion restaurant. We devoured the sushi and just enjoyed the lounge-like atmosphere. Next, we wandered into the bar ...