Des Tourelles

Address: boulevard James- Fazy 2, Geneva, Geneva, 1201, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Grottes - Saint-Gervais area of Geneva, is near Victoria Hall, Grand Theatre de Geneve, Barbier-Mueller Museum (Musee Barbier-Mueller), and Batiment des Forces Motrices.
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        A travel blog entry by alanad.abroad on Oct 10, 2015

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        ... because their was no commercial breaks. It was funny because the game did move faster but I found it was played slower. I usually have problems following hockey games because the plays are so fast but not this one. It was nice to be able to follow every play and not ask what happened because I didn't catch it. It was a great night and we are definitely doing to go again. Plus it was a bonus we save a little money since the game wasn't as long as we thought! Another great Swiss ...

        UNDP Wrap-up

        A travel blog entry by sean_emily on Aug 23, 2015

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        ... can affect the incidence of NCDs as well as solutions to mitigating the side-effects of such projects. I played an integral role in planning a South-South Triangular seminar with the FCTC, where countries in need of technical assistance implementing the FCTC framework could receive expertise from other countries willing and able to provide such.

        Additionally, two evenings a week I attended a class, as part of Maxwell’s Geneva Summer Practicum. During ...

        Geneva: Land of Fancy Watches and Cowboy Hats?

        A travel blog entry by lykwang on Jun 27, 2015

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        ... you could see the mountain ranges of the French Alps, Swiss Alps, and Italian Alps. We strolled through the town for the rest of the evening and ate dinner outside on a cafe patio in the crisp mountain air before heading back to Geneva. The last day, we rented free bikes and pedaled along Lake Geneva, which has a huge water fountain that shoots a jet of water a tenth of a mile into the air. We visited the UN which was decorated with all the flags of its member nations and ...

        Back to Geneve we go!

        A travel blog entry by alanad.abroad on Jun 05, 2015

        ... want. The German train it was pretty common to reserves seats. After riding them you realize why. They are full and they must oversell them because there and back there were people standing. On the way to Bonn we didn't have seats right beside either but very close. This train we did have seats right beside each. It was frustrating though because there were two woman sitting in ours and when we got on the train which was full. They were older women, one ...

        Day 2

        A travel blog entry by alanad.abroad on May 22, 2015

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        ... wasn't fun. We ended up just walking down a long corridor. A long corridor of amazing items. Their were old paintings, maps, and a bunch of other things. The corridors were covered in paintings. It's all just incredible. Their was a map from when they thought Asia and America were connected. How far we have come. The funny thing is it's not all improvements. All these things last for this long and now a days a TV only last a few years.

        We weren't ...