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... her job easy. I have to say, we were a pretty easygoing and obedient group. She compared a successful tour to making mayonnaise: blending the egg and oil together is difficult, but when you have the right proportions, it all comes together. So, I guess we're mayonnaise! She handed around cups and then poured champagne (not Champagne) for everyone. She toasted us, we toasted her, and then we all toasted each other. She also handed out bookmarks on which she'd written personal ...
... if ya didn't know Geneva borders France) and we discovered of course we couldn't check in until 2 hours before, that our bags weighed too much and there was only 1cafe to choose from. So we began the fun times repacking our bags in the waiting area haha! We got it sorted and decided we should just spend the rest of our Swiss francs on beer. The beer was the cheapest in Switzerland- never would've thought the airport would ...
... the senate, saw the outside of St Peter's (visit there tomorrow) and finally finished at the square of three fountains - the largest central one representing the four continents - Australia not known when it was constructed. Finally dinner at a small pizza restaurant in a small lane way and finished with a lovely gelati. Lovely hotel too - the most luxurious we've had so far - even has a pool. Hoping it is hot enough tomorrow for a ...
... our bottle of wine and six pack of water with no bag.
We had our glass of wine on our balcony and went to bed. We decided to just sleep as long as we wanted and figure out what to do the next day, depending on what time we got up. After being up for over 24 hours, we collapsed into bed.
No pics of us today. Just the room view You wouldn't want to see us after a 10 hour flight anyway.
... of the Monaco standard). This place was mind boggling with the amount of money that filled its streets. Every second car was quite literally a Bentleigh or Ferrari or the sort. The restaurants were filled with high rollers smoking the thickest Cuban cigars you could imagine and with suits that would make even Frank Sinatra feel like a hobo. To be honest the amount of wealth was sickening. Especially when the local real estate is selling a parking spot for the value of €300,000. ...