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... air and investigate our surroundings. Found the ski lifts and the shops & bars. Cracked on with more cleaning when we got back. Had dinner round Greg & Emilys with the nannies, 18 in total. After we went for a couple of beers at Bar la Roz with Dave, Louise, , Ant, Meg, Alex & Elaine. Sunday 9 - Finished what we could be bothered to clean in the kitchen although there's not much point because the white walls look like they've been used as ...
... a first weeks shop. We did stop for an hour for the 2nd meal of the week cooked by Ollie & Vicky. Wednesday 5 - Lectures 9 -12 then lunch. Afternoon energiser - Eat a chocolate biscuit off your forehead without using your hands - Joss won in record time! Then more training. Had to start deciding what we are going to order for Christmas Day. We get given Mince Pies, Christmas Pud, Crackers, Chocolates, Cranberry Sauce, Christmas Decs & a ...
... a welcome meeting in the hall, then collected our uniforms - T-shirts/Fleece/Ski Jacket & Apron. We were told that we would be cooking the first meal of the week tomorrow - a 3 course dinner for 15. Went back to the room to unpack & for a nap until 6pm when - not really wanting to get out of bed - we went back to the restaurant for a free welcome mulled wine, so it was worth getting out of bed. It was pretty ...
... up about 460 feet up into the air. It is considered one of the largest fountains in the world and is Geneva's most famous landmark.
My absolute favorite thing I saw in Geneva was the chocolate grocery store. Yes, a grocery store filled with only chocolate. Can you say heaven on earth?
Although I wished I would have been able to stay longer, at the end of the day we had to venture back to the airport to hop on a plane to Paris.
... Squatted in first cl************* day – score! Yvoire was a very small, so it was definitely a benefit that I planned my itinerary just right and hit Nyon, and still had enough time to do shopping. I bought some expensive steak [110 gms of fillet and 190 gms of marinated steak for £15]. Actually that’s not too bad; sure it was £50 a kilo, but man it was good!
Sunday: Chamonix and Mont Blanc. Honestly, the tour was ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed