Au Gay Sejour
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... After a celebratory drink we made our way back to the bus stop and managed to buy some tickets this time. The younger generation slept the whole journey , anyone would have thought they had done a triathlon. We stocked up at the supermarket with BBQ food and more beer, before returning back to base camp. As usual Duncan was in charge of an excellent BBQ and I wrongly thought we had bought too much food and drink. Evening games ended a very successful day ...
... we would take them back to the campsite by car as it is uphill from the city and navigating through the Geneva streets could be tricky, so it was a case of dismantling the tandem in the underground car park and putting it on the roof rack this was all very complicated and technical. I was panicking because I paid for the car park which was mega bucks and If you don't go out within a certain time it might not accept ...
... until 10. We occupied ourselves for the morning, it was very quiet I think all the other campers thought it too cold to get out of bed. We had an early lunch and set off to Geneva for Graham to register and meet with the old boys in his age category. The sun emerged after lunch and soon it was a comfortable 28 degree temp. Geneva was just so busy, the traffic horrendous and parking ridiculously expensive. It was great for people watching, ...
... water to local villages and hamlets.
Dina died mysteriously in 1928 on a cruise boat in the Red Sea. Mary Schillito later married Ernest Britt (a pianist) in 1930 in Paris. During the five years of their marriage Britt slowly used up his wife's fortune.
The Domain des Avenieres (the chateau and land) was then sold on to various parties and was used as a rest home for the wealthy, by the Red cross: Swiss Aid to ...
... yesterday, so now we are both getting into our routines. On Monday, he took me for a walk through the forest to see the Abbaye that is nearby. Marko is so kind and has been so helpful, always wanting to explain and show everything to me. He is being incredibly helpful for my French! He is a teenager and has his "moments", but all in all he is a sweet kid and I'm excited to have a surrogate little brother here.
On Thursday, Lionel took Marko and I to ...