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We travelled east to west across Switzerland in 2 and ¾ hours yesterday. Train journey went smoothly but there was a queue to get our Eurorail Pass validated for use. I am not a good queuer. At least with automatic numbers one does not get pushed in front of.
The journey was picture book like. Cows grazing in meadows and …
After spending one day in the beautiful city of Geneva, I've observed a few things:
1. Geneva is very similar to France; specifically the architecture, food, and language.
2. More Swiss people speak English and are willing to use it than in Paris.
... baggage claim area browsing the internet for places to stay. We didn't want to leave this part as it was the area where the free public transport ticket machine is. Geneva has 80 minutes of free public transport to anyone coming into the city off an aeroplane. It's pretty cool. It also has a deal for tourists that enable one to have free public transport around the city if they are staying at a hotel or hostel. The tickets are given to all ...
... was going to be expensive, but I had no idea how expensive. Fish and Chips for 33 francs ( about $40) and everything else from burgers to pasta at least 23 francs. Finally I ended up at the grocery store, where I was able to buy a pasta salad, a giant soft pretzel, an iced tea and a Swiss chocolate bar, all for 7 francs!
I spent the night in my hostel room talking with the two Dutch girls in my room.
... school) speak very well English. . Love the skiing, love the village, love the ease of access . Skiing looks relatively limited on paper but links to nearby Grand
Bornand and easy driving access to Chamonix/Megeve etc means you won't
I will not hesitate to recommend La Clusaz to anyone. Just come once, you fall in love with it ...
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