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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to the bottom of the lake! Also, it was a perfect crystal blue color. I wish I could've gone swimming but it wasn't warm enough, made me miss my cabin a bit.
Then we visited the Medieval castle which was different than all the other castles I've been to so far. It also had an a great view of the city and the mountains with the lake below.
Saturday and Sunday they ...
... go. I know it will be difficult to leave my boyfriend and family but I'm so excited to meet new people, to see a new country and live this amazing adventure through journalism.
See you tomorrow at my Frankfort' stopover.
In five days, I'll be leaving Geneva for an amazing adventure. This week is going to be busy, because I still have to do a lot before the departure.
I did already all my paperwork for the travelling, my vaccines are all done and my luggages are almost ready too.
Now, I have to read a lot about South Africa and the history about Cap Town, to be able to write good articles when I'll be there.
... easy. I spy snow on the side of the road almost immediately on leaving Annecy. when I actually arrive in the village, wow. the building roofs are covered in snow, its like a fairytale. There are also heaps of people and heaps of cars. Find a car park and trek up to my motel. Surprisingly its not very far from the centre of town. Im staying in Høtel la Montagne, its only 2 star but surprisingly good. It was the cheapest I could ...
... changed, prices spiked, hostels were under construction…But so thankful were we when they gave us a unlimited transport pass! Kenneth took me under his wing bright and early when he picked me up from the train station (after almost an hour of wandering around without phone reception). We wandered around the enormous lake smack bang in the middle of town to view the Jet d'Eau (water jet) that spurted 500L/sec up to a height of 140m (dependent on wind). We ...