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TravelPod Member ReviewsCapitole Hotel Geneva
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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... crowded restaurant where I had the most delusions chicken in cream truffle sauce topped off with marinated strawberries, ice cream and crushed meringue, John had a beautiful steak and chips. Once we got to the Eiffel we realised being a weekend the queues were long so we decided to come back tomorrow after we have booked on-line which means we can jump to the front ...
I'm sitting in the Emirates departure lounge in Geneva waiting to board my flight to Sydney via Dubai in 50 minutes. It’s now 1.45 pm local time and I’ve just saw via the SMH site that South Sydney have won their first rugby league championship since 1971. I’m really pleased for Souths although my family has always barracked for the Bulldogs or "Berries" (Canterbury) as we knew them, Souths have seen some ...
... dinner at a nice little italian restaurant along the canal.
What a great 1st day!
Monday 9/15 - was our big "around town" sightseeing day. After a nice breakfast at the hotel, we took a walk along the lakefront park, explored the old and the new Annecy and visited some of the sights recommended in Rick's guidebook. On the way back to the hotel we bought ...
We had a wonderful brief stay in Geneva. now in Chamonix France. We stayed in a tiny little hotel with a narrow room, see the picture below, then we walked the streets of Old Town Geneva which was very charming. Cobblestone streets and outdoor cafes everywhere.
In the afternoon we took an express shuttle van ...
... waiters, market venders, signage, everyone. All three of us took French in high school, many, many long years ago. Between us, we were able to figure out most of what we needed to get around and read the menus. The French makes sense if you look at Geneva's location on a map, it's in a corner of Switzerland that's nearly surrounded by France.
Tamar and I had no concrete plans for our days. Geneva didn't have any museums we were seriously ...