Domaine De Chateauvieux
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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 ...
... Observation building. Mike was able to get us invitations to the event, and it was a bit of a conversation starter for him to walk in with two women. Great view, hard to photograph because of the louvered windows. Fancy hors d'oeuvres and wine.
Wednesday was a sunny and warm day, so Tamar and I walked along the lakefront to the Botanical Gardens. We had a delightful time, lingering longer than either of our husbands would have enjoyed. ...
... cows with bells round their necks! And then we were there. Lamoura. Hm, what can I say? Perhaps the village charm only shines through when clad in snow. There are a couple of hotels (with restaurants) and a few shops but for the most part, the place looked shut down. We are sure that there would be much more happening during the ski season. After a quick lap of the main, we ended up back at the hotel for our meal. All four of us ...
After a 9.5 hour flight to Frankfurt, a long bus ride at the airport to the next plane, and a short 50 minute flight, we are in Geneva. Figured out how to take a bus to the hotel, overpaid, arrived and finally got our room. Slight problem with our reservation - they had us down for 2 people only. Kids will have to sleep outside in the rain ;-) --- Went downtown and joined a festival... Walked around, ate drank, got wet, and enjoyed the fireworks... Everyone is beat... Off to ...
Woke up this morning to quite heavy rain so decided we would head off to Geneva. Took the back roads to start with and drove through some interesting countryside, lots of maize, and some very well kept villages. As always, you wouldn't think it was the middle of Summer - so green and lush. The GPS took us on one road through the mountains that was very windy and as we had misty rain as well we ended up taking the last part on the toll way - it was safer! Went to tourist information ...
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