Chalet St Georges
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... living in some dude's house with all of his stuff still here. It's right in the centre of Geneva which in our couple of days here seems to be a bit of a stiff place and not particularly friendly. It is a stunning setting on both sides of the lake with a very strong French architectural influence and lovely parks with lots of sculptures and art everywhere, similar to Lugano.
Unfortunately the bathroom scales worked in our new place ...
... find permanent jobs so they can stay. It really is such a small world, one of the gals was from CA; she grew up in LA area, graduated from UCLA (we worked through it), and is now living in SF and attending USF for grad school. We ended up with about 10 people at our table by the time the game was over and decided we should play a game. We must’ve spent about 3 hours playing the game “Who Am I?” – what a riot!
... gate to regulate traffic flow, and you have to leave a deposit on the card. Therefore if you want to leave before reception opens at 8.30, as we did, there is no one to refund you the deposit when you leave early.
I was just about to hit the sack, about 10pm I think, when a car pulled up next to us. There was some discussion between the occupants and some barking from, what turned out to be, two huge dogs they had in the car. The fact that they arrived late, and ...
... br> many people did (and did). It wasn’t quite like that tonight being summer, but I
reckon there were more well groomed women parading past me than I’ve seen
anywhere outside of Paris or New York. Many of them were simply out walking
their dogs. Wow; I wonder how they dress when they go out somewhere serious. I stayed
for dinner and it made for a very pleasant people watching evening.
... this market had the best variety of fruit and vegetables we have seen on this whole trip. They also had meat, cheese and fish for sale as week as clothes, jewellery, and the usual market type stalls. Scattered among the stores were a number of cafes set up for street dining so it gave the effect of a spacious, casual and slower paced atmosphere than one finds at say Salamanca. It also meant people could enjoy a cuppa and a snack while people watching. ...