Chalet Hotel les Sorbiers
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... aka the squat kind - and they have syringe dispensers in all public restrooms so that their drug addict population does not get AIDS. Interesting Public Health combination. On Saturday I took it easy and just went to the Museum of Art and History, which had an extensive archaeology exhibit (which I loved), and then treated myself to un pain au chocolat, my first since being here!
This past week was filled with more ...
... the Swiss/French boarder. Lake Geneva forms part of the border between Switzerland and France. I was told to take my passport as Switzerland is not a member of the European Union and you sometimes get stopped at the border by immigration control. It didn't happen this time and by the time we returned from dinner (which was on the French side of the boarder) the guards had given up and gone home. Dinner comprised of salad, 4 types of potato ...
... of the whole experience is definitely the post night out tales from the younger members of staff. These have varied from the comical descriptions of late night searches for wallets, to the downright unrepeatable “kiss and tell” stories. It’s almost enough to make me wish I was young again… However, on reflection I think I prefer our nice private apartment to the “six in a room” that is ...
... message when I've arrived safe and sound.
She leaves, ending a great weekend in Paris.
I need to hurry to catch my connection at the Gare de Lyon. On a Monday morning there'll be plenty of trains heading toward Nemours St-Pierre but, as it's a forty-five minute walk to the highway from the station, I want to arrive as early as I can.
The station's a little confusing (I switched from an information counter to a ...
Glenn mapped out a trip through the mountain passes but didn't think about checking out how the seasonal weather affect the roads and it just so happened that their snow melt was later than usual. We got up to the mountain pass, on a gloomy, rainy day, only to find out that the passes weren't opened yet. We would have to go all the way back down and ...