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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Today I had lunch with an old friend of mine, one of the last people I still know at my first employer. We remembered the "good old days", and we caught up with the kid's stories. I realized that his youngest is now 15; the last time I saw him, he was ...
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... for a Capaccino in the main street complete with its trams combined with the overcast setting gave it a Melbourne like feel.
The Le Jet d'Eau dominates the lake with its water spout surging at 550 litres per second to a height of 140mtrs.
The other thing that stands out is the abundance of huge flags adorning the cities bridges and buildings of note and ...
Day 26 - Geneva, Switzerland I'm back at Camille's place for the next few days, giving me an opportunity to do some more exploring around Geneva. Today though ended up being more of a lazy day. Not going to lie, I was pretty tired after this past weekend so I took advantage of the opportunity to sleep in. Although I didn't do much exploring (just a long walk in the late afternoon when it wasn't so hot!!) I still had a relatively productive day. I did a little letter ...
... take road safety very seriously in a 12 km long tunnel! There are numerous exits to run to in the case of an emergency... Anyway we safely passed through it and out the other side and as we wound our way back down the side of the mountain we could see a glacier that was coming to an abrupt end but still solid ice! The very large ice chunks (as big as trucks!) seemed to be just hanging at the end of the cliff? How does that work?