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... signing...no shoes on sale. I was amazed I gave a young girl some career advice and shortly afterwards she was singing my praise in some graffiti...see photo. The shop owners name was also Gary but I am sure the artist was thinking of me when she was painting.
It was also great to meet Catherine and Thierry's daughter Marion, and her boyfriend Julian. We will see them in oz in August / ...
... view. We were able to see the famous Geneva water spout and if the weather had been clear, we would have been able to see Mont Blanc...the big hill not the pen!
We had an interesting meal called a raclette. See the picture, it's a big piece of cheese that melts against a a hot "stove", you scrape it off as it melts and wrap it in a cold meat cut.. Fabulous but too much cheese. We ended the night with Catherine taking us on a short walk around the city in the twilight at about ...
... on the way back was a beautiful turquoise colour. Caught the bus back up into town, and then we discovered some amusement park games in a square near the Carrefour. Imagine a huge bouncy castle with inflatable structures inside (things that look like punching bags but that either hang from the top or stick out from the floor, donut holes to jump through, etc.) that ...
... giving one another creams to try and advice on outfits. They seem so comfortable, so close. Lots of joking and teasing. One of the joys of our time in Geneva was getting to know Ana. She is such a gem. So sweet, caring, intuitive, genuine. But relaxed as well. Just so easy to be around. When Kiyana was sick, I could not have asked for a better person to support me through it. I felt completely secure in the knowledge that whatever I decided was best for ...
... the last minute as I only decided this morning to come here over breakfast. Its 3 to 4 times cheaper than many of the other places, so yay. It has a cosy fire you can lounge around, a restaurant and the room is good with a private bathroom. I'm happy, feels like the right choice. Cant't wait to get out and explore on foot. Stroll around the village which is delightful, then venture back to do some knitting by the fire side with a ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed