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... Maurice to say goodbye for the last time, to some of the people we got to know there in the first quarter of this year. We called in on Mme. Radault, our personal banker at CIC, and then popped down to Polaire Ski to see Gordon & Rosie, but as there has been so little snow so far this season, absolutely nothing was open. Their ski shop, the funiculaire, the ski pass window etc etc were ...
... aiming towards the shopping district. Our bodies were telling us that it was not the Greek Islands anymore and we were darn cold so it was time for a bit of a wardrobe update.
A couple of hours of shopping along the pretty streets of Geneva and our tummies were starting to rumble. Whilst on our journey we had spotted a nice looking place where we returned to delight in a couple of local beers along with a traditional Swiss meal which was like ...
... br> A little bit about Geneva and Switzerland.
Geneva is Switzerland's second biggest city. It lies in the southwest, near the border with France, at the western end of Lake Geneva, where the Rhone flows out of the lake. A number of major international organizations have their headquarters in Geneva. These include the United Nations (UN), the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the World Health Organisation (WHO), the UN High Commission ...
... did telephone witnessing. We had lunch together, did some more telephone witnessing, and played a little bit of Just Dance. Before taking us back to the tram, Elyse drove us by the chalet of the famous French philosopher, Voltaire. It's why this part of France is named Ferney-Voltaire. After service, I went back to the Degors for dinner and to stay another night. I got to feed their two chickens! ...
... the open and offering another 11km descent. .
This one, however, proved more invigorating, as I tried letting things run a bit more, using the entire road (which wasn't much more than one lane wide, and characteristically bumpy) and encountering at various times gravel and both cars and ascending cyclists suddenly appearing in my chosen line; there were a couple of times I came uncomfortably close to losing it when a ...