Hotel Les Sapins
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... evening we had a super night with Cousin Dan and Sheila in their very nice village of Scotch Corner (I think a population of 350). After very sad good byes we are now back in Chamonix. It's always hard leaving Aunty Chris and Neville. Interesting for us, Chamonix felt like "coming home". The snow is further down the mountain, the trees are all golden and we are now off to watch NZ v Australia in the Grand Final. Go the Mighty All Blacks. ...
... eat and drink here. We forfeited a beer for a snack from the local eight till 8 (which actually shut at 7:45, before we could get our snacks for tomorrow!)
Eventually we found a crÍperie, which also did a nice salad and omelette without charging the earth. The place is actually crammed full of cyclists as there's a race on tomorrow. I've never seen so much Lycra in one place. We think it leaves at 8am, so we'll probably have a slightly later start. At least the ...
Breakfast in room, walked to train station to see about a trip to Le Cerque, decided not to go, walked to Old Town of Geneva, caught the tram to Plan De Palais, trash & trivia market, then cheese fondue and Vin Chaud (mulled wine) for ...
... do here than it seems.
Why going to Geneva? Ok so my first reason to go to Geneva is because I have been offered a job there. And this actually is my main reason. This job is a great opportunity and I will work with someone I will get on well. Plus it is much closer from home. I wanted to find my next job in Europe so this is perfect.
How to find a flat? The first thing you have to do when moving to a new place is ...
... rated on different criteria such as food, accommodation, friendliness of staff, etc. This is one place I would rate highly on all measures, but especially the food. There is no menu, we are just provided with meals, which means I try things I wouldn't dream of trying back home and certainly wouldn't order in a restaurant for fear of wasting money on what sounds like a wholesome but bland mush of grains and stuff. So far, I've ...