Hotel Le Rive
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... floor dinners! We have the best floor by far, as apparently the other ones struggle with either 0 interaction, or passive aggressive notes posted on doors to "wash your dishes." Our floor always ends up cooking dinner at the same time, so we are quite social and typically hang out together with food, so we decided that once a week we would all pitch in potluck style for communal dinners. We've done breakfast for dinner and taco night so ...
... But of course. The fish, and everything else, is closed on Easter Friday. So we had to reconsider. The next stop became another house party, and a card game that was very close to 500. This was great, but in our current state, it was a little slow. So the decision was made to go to Geneva. (This was at about 2:30 in the morning) Geneva is a 24 minute train ride from Nyon and a completely different city... So off we went. We decided to wait in a photo booth because it was cold ...
... half the time.) How did this happen you ask? well I went tagged along with my newfound friends to this English Pub, Mr.Pickwicks ( just for reference my new favourite name for a Pub ever) to watch the league championship game between the Dortmund & Munich League teams...at first I was just excited to have people to hang out with and something interesting to do...but then the game started and the entire bar changed! The ...
... ruggedly handsome. Alrighty then! He seemed impressed we biked as far as we did the day before. Eheh, you better believe it! He took us on a drive up the Jura to see the view from the top. Right, a windy car ride. Melissa and Andy chatted all the way up and all I did was focused on not throwing up in the back of this dude's car. I did a lot of mouth breathing, some chanting, and some blank staring. We made it to the top and the view made ...
... site, I drove to a few possible sites of interest for excursions; one of which was the chateau of the d’Urfé family, most famous still for one of its sons, Honoré, who wrote what was possibly the most important novel of the 17th century, certainly in the French language, entitled Astrée. The novel is still frequently studied and an award-winning film was made from it as recently as 2007.
I will still need to research more of ...