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A hotel where you get what you pay for - not a luxurious place but good for traveling on a budget. Good location and friendly staff
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... Maurice to say goodbye for the last time, to some of the people we got to know there in the first quarter of this year. We called in on Mme. Radault, our personal banker at CIC, and then popped down to Polaire Ski to see Gordon & Rosie, but as there has been so little snow so far this season, absolutely nothing was open. Their ski shop, the funiculaire, the ski pass window etc etc were ...
... with Jack running their business, Phéné Importation and Jean-Claude has his own bike shop. Vanessa is going to university for social work and she is currently in the middle of an internship working with the elderly. Morganne is attending a university for information technology and she is learning mandarin and programming. It was a fun evening filled with lots of laughter and stories of travels around the world!
After dinner, ...
... to take this and a delightful chocolate éclair in we continued our walk.
Next stop was the St Pierre Cathedral which was surprisingly deserted to what we had come to expect in Europe. From the Cathedral our stroll continued back down towards the lake where we checked the time and took a few snaps at the very popular if not abstract flower clock and finally spied the Geneva Water Fountain or Jet d’Eau shooting skywards.
... and CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research. We drove along the strip where all these organizations have their headquarters.
Geneva is also well known for its watches. Geneva is also known for its car fair, the Inventors' Fair and the Book Fair. Swiss chocolate refers to chocolate produced in Switzerland . While cacao beans and other ingredients such as sugar can originate from outside of Switzerland, the actual production of the chocolate ...
... and walking through the open food markets. Weekend markets seem to be a big thing in Europe, and especially France. You can buy all kinds of fruits and vegetables, as well as freshly baked bread, all types of meat (definitely saw some skinned rabbits – not my cup of tea), cheeses, wine, fresh juices, olives and nuts, and more. They’re usually better priced than in the supermarkets too!
That night we went out to eat with the British girls before taking ...