Hotel de la Paix
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This morning was an early start (6 AM) to catch the TGV train to Geneva. We had to take the metro to Paris Lyon, where we bought lunch for on the train, and then caught it to Switzerland. It was a bit slower than the Eurostar and took around 4:30. Otherwise it all went smoothly though. Once in Geneva, we caught the tram to CERN, the end of the line, and were slowly transferred ...
... MY FAVORITE ICE CREAM!!!'
'Mama and Papa, I love....SWANS!!! LET'S FEED THEM ALL OUR BREAD!!'
Trying to keep a young family together in this amazing area is like herding cats while trying to nail jell-O "OMG…I LOVE HER HEELS!!" …..to a wall.
Ever the helpful Canadians, when approached for directions to the same museum that we were going to, I proudly displayed my iPhone map and pointed in the correct direction.
... Angela wowed us with fresh pizza. Mmmmm…felt like we were in a 5 star restaurant. Now that we knew where to get wine, we were on "sommelier duty" and she was the chef du jour! Once again she had us entranced with her European adventure stories, and had me making a mental note about all the Italian villages that we absolutely needed to visit.
Ahhh…I love "restaurant" nights!
... 8220;gentle” is replaced with “grab the first floaty ring before someone grabs another to add to their collection of 17 as they go by”. It was AWESOME!!!! The outdoor splash park was incredible. To look at. Brrrrrrrr! Even in full sun, the water, a mere 20degrees, was a weeeee bit on the chilly side. Incredibly, the kids just sat by and watched as the other, more ‘hardened swiss ‘ – must be all the cheese – ran in and ...
... 40 people in attendance and that was tight. They could have fit in more, possibly standing but there wasn't much room left for more chairs. Apparently the organizer asked everyone to be sure they could come or otherwise remove their RSVP so someone else could take the spot.
T spoke from 18:30 to 20:00 and fielded questions during the presentation.
In English. This was the most English I'd heard in a while after all the ...