Citadines Geneva Ferney-Voltaire
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and yes, the mountains are impressive.
As we didn't want to take Frankie too high into the alps, we chose a campsite at Lausanne on Lake Geneva. It is known as Lac Leman by the locals. The first day we went to the lake to have a look. The water was clear, blue and very clean. Apparently it has not always been like it and in the 1960's it was too polluted to swim in. When you stay ...
... we found Graham easily going through his pre race rituals( which means multiple visits to the toilet) It was soon time to put on the wet suit and join the other GB old boys. Although all competitors there is a commaradery between the group of about 10 "old boys" which were the last wave to go off. They paraded from their pen to the start line and into the beautiful clear water of Lake Geneva. 5,4,3,2,1, and they are off. Graham is out in front , well ...
... because it was close to the airport and likely to be a quick taxi ride. We still paid €35 for a 10 minute ride though. Geneva Airport is in Switzerland, but the taxi charged euros. We seemed to go through some kind of border crossing but no passport check.
The Appart Spa Hôtel, Ferney-Voltaire is a fairly forgettable business hotel, but we had a massive room with a kitchen and kettle. It was ...
... the whole city of Geneva by climbing the tower of Cathedrale de St-Pierre. Because I thought that maybe I could do other things in between, I decided to check out of the hotel early so I could walk around and torture my feet some more. I mean, *look around the city some more.
My first stop was the Cathedral. To my dismay, it wasn't open. In fact, nothing much was open throughout the whole city. I don't know if its a Geneva thing or a Swiss thing, but ...
... it and give it it's charm feel, it was really beautiful to see those mountains all around the city...without them, it wouldn't be the city it is today I don't think.
In Geneva and in Switzerland in general, the majority of the residents speak french...I say that lightly as it is a very slow pronunciation of every word french, it is quite different than what we speak here in Canada. I remember having discussions with Cristina about ...