Hotel Porte de Geneve
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... signing...no shoes on sale. I was amazed I gave a young girl some career advice and shortly afterwards she was singing my praise in some graffiti...see photo. The shop owners name was also Gary but I am sure the artist was thinking of me when she was painting.
It was also great to meet Catherine and Thierry's daughter Marion, and her boyfriend Julian. We will see them in oz in August / ...
... view. We were able to see the famous Geneva water spout and if the weather had been clear, we would have been able to see Mont Blanc...the big hill not the pen!
We had an interesting meal called a raclette. See the picture, it's a big piece of cheese that melts against a a hot "stove", you scrape it off as it melts and wrap it in a cold meat cut.. Fabulous but too much cheese. We ended the night with Catherine taking us on a short walk around the city in the twilight at about ...
... was only minimal hesitation, really, before the plan was a go, and they arrived at 6:00 pm the next afternoon. Can't imagine Mom and Dad hopping to it quite like that, especially in light of the fact that More and Paco leave on a trip to the Baltics in just a few days' time. Anyway, it was such a pleasure to watch Ana interact with them - especially her relationship with More. The two were like a couple of school girls before going out, primping and ...
... Paris, and now this more serious one that meant we had to abandon our plans to explore Geneva's old town and come back to the apartment. I hope nothing serious is brewing with her stomach. Could it actually be appendicitis? How would I find out? Would an x-ray show that? Oh, please let it be something that will simply pass. She's never had trouble with her tummy before now. What could it ...
... min to get a table and the owner, who is also the chef, gave us a glass of prosecco each.
The next day the weather had improved enough for us to get out again and the forecast indicated the weather north was a better option than south. So we decided to take the train to Domodossola which was about 30 min from Stresa. The trip takes you along the lake's edge and then through a valley in the Alps with lots of villages and hills towns. One feature of ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed