Hotel Des Horlogers
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... North into France to Evian. I didn't see anything particularly stunning that makes their water better than anywhere else, but it is a nice town at the foot of the mountains and was worth a visit. Our final day was pretty much a washout, but fortunately our AirBNB guy has a massive TV and so we had a chillout day, catching up on some schooling, playing Monopoly and watching a couple of movies. Next stop, back into France to Champagne. :-)
... 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!
... made me feel right at home. Phillip Ménard, a one-man-blues-band, performed all sorts of blues tunes, in English, that it caught me by surprise when he kept speaking in French in between the songs, lol. He was quite talented and it was really nice to get out, be a part of the local scene and hear some great music.
The apartment I'm staying in is quite cozy and my host is ...
Suffered through the tedious security and immigration processes which Geneva airport has crafted into a form of travel torture which only the most determined survive. It took us 30 minutes in a secondary queue just to join the start of the queue to go through security.
Regardless we got through and after a long wait in Amman and then overnight in Hong Kong we arrived home. ...
... were ice caves. We thought we were going to naturally occurring ones, but no, they are actually drilled out each season. Artists sculpt the ice into tables, chairs, polar bears, stuff like that. We lost two people on the tour which the guide was quite upset about. He had mentioned it was a 200 euro taxi fare back from Chamonix to Geneva! But there were initially four people who were initially missing from our leaving point. As we ...