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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Hotel is updated with beautiful views.
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... for 7am. Empty dishwasher, set table for breakfast, pastries into the oven, serve breakfast, cooked as required, clean up, make a cake, clean communal areas, clean rooms, make beds, prep dinner, have lunch, maybe go for a ski or a walk for a few hours then back to cook dinner, clean up, head off to bed between 9pm and midnight depending on the goings on in the Chalet. Note that we haven't had much skiing as yet, due to weather and snow conditions, but also fatigue. When ...
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woke to a wonderful view of the Lausanne lake. We drove down to evian and after much debating as to which wharf we wer to leave from. We finally found it and took the ferry over to lausanne which was beautiful until the girls found out that they would have to climb a hil to get to the centre of town. We wandered back down and had ice cream and fish and chips in a lovely cafe. A walk along the water gave us a chance for a few photo opportunities. Ferry back to ...
... tour charted the general history of chocolate from Aztec times through medieval and modern usage, and recounted the story of François-Louis Cailler, the founder of the Cailler brand. One room was outfitted as a jungle, the next as a sailing ship complete with swaying lantern and odor of cocoa beans. We were able to hold and smell roasted cocoa beans and discover the different production stages of the Cailler "branches." Finally, the room we were all ...
... we headed inside and viewed ceramics from the Muslim world of the 9th century onwards, and glassworks starting with the Venetian golden age in the 16th century. It was an absolute thrill, yet another serendipitous moment. We also enjoyed a very light lunch in the cafe, before heading out to further explore. I was next looking for a church and gallery which I visited when I first stayed in Geneva in 1995. After making enquiries of the cafe attendant, we considered our destination ...