Citadines Geneva Ferney-Voltaire
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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It's been a hectic few days, getting ready for this trip, but finally I'm on my way! Pegasus Airlines cancelled my Istanbul to Konya flight and I didn't find out till late Sunday! Managed to rebook for the next morning (Wed) and find a room in the airport hotel. Now I'm on my way ...
... point anyway. The train went up an extremely steep incline at about 45deg angle up inside the mountain. When you got on to the train you had to walk up steps and go into the little carriage on that step. Then the train went straight up and when you got off you moved out to the steps and up to the exit. Amazing Swiss engineering. Then we hopped onto another small cable car which took us to a glacier lake and picnic ground. The kids had a swim, laid on the ...
... 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 ...
In five days, I'll be leaving Geneva for an amazing adventure. This week is going to be busy, because I still have to do a lot before the departure.
I did already all my paperwork for the travelling, my vaccines are all done and my luggages are almost ready too.
Now, I have to read a lot about South Africa and the history about Cap Town, to be able to write good articles when I'll be there.
... incase the winds changed, but it was a pretty amazing fountain.
We left the jet and continued down the edge of the lake. The edge was filled with rentable sail boats and paddle boats. In between the rental areas there were beach areas with swings and little food stands for hotdogs and ice cream. I could only imagine what this place looked like during the warm summer months.
When we were sufficiently frozen, we headed back to the city to grab a bite ...