Hotel Carmen

Address: 5 rue Dancet, Geneva, Geneva, 1205, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Centre-Plainpalais-Acacias area of Geneva, is near Old Town, Patek Philippe Museum, Place Bourg du Four, and Reformation Wall (Mur de la Reformation).
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    A travel blog entry by jane on Oct 08, 2015

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    ... and many famous people were part of her inner circle including the likes of Lord Byron. Did a tour of the chateau with a French-speaking guide and understood about 75% of what she said which was fun. The chateau now has a new owner and the stables have been converted into a restaurant which is used for weddings etc., Ian and I walked into the village and it is a true village in every sense of the word. 'Bonjours' and broad smiles are everywhere. Chris and ...

    What do you call a Ludotheque on wheels?

    A travel blog entry by alanad.abroad on Aug 04, 2015

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    ... just unfortunate because her and I seemed to click! LOL that sounds like a prospect boyfriend. We had similar opinions on raising kids and in general. I like having variety I wouldn't want to have all my friends exactly like me, that would be boring but I found it can be difficult when you clash on parenting opinions. I don't know why this is but there is something about it. Different political views or hobbies people seem to still be able to get along or have ...

    We have light!

    A travel blog entry by alanad.abroad on Jun 22, 2015

    ... spoke very very little French. He explained the whole thing quite lengthy in French and I just smiled and nodded. I have no clue what he said but it seemed to be fixed and he was very nice about it. I didn't have the heart to stop him and say no French. I just let him go on and hopefully it was only explaining not giving me any specific instructions but it's fixed. That's all that matters.

    Day 2: Bonn

    A travel blog entry by alanad.abroad on Jun 02, 2015

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    Today we were going to ride the tram with Phil and go check out the old Bonn but it was raining pretty hard. So while we were on the tram I change my mind. Instead I decided to go check out a museum. Decided to go to German national museum of contemporary history instead Phil said it was really good. It sorta threw our plan for a loop. Last night Phil sat down with me and helped figure out a route that didn't involve me have to deal with ...

    Day 1: Rome

    A travel blog entry by alanad.abroad on May 21, 2015

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    ... what happened here and how a long ago it happened. It's amazing to be standing there surrounding by all this history plus so much of it still standing considering how old it is. Standing there just imagining the crowds and sounds that once came from here. To be standing on such a big, influentially history. It's amazing. It's interesting. Once upon a time I might have been able to tell you a lot of architectural history about this great building and some I still remember. ...