Hotel Les Terrasses
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... living in some dude's house with all of his stuff still here. It's right in the centre of Geneva which in our couple of days here seems to be a bit of a stiff place and not particularly friendly. It is a stunning setting on both sides of the lake with a very strong French architectural influence and lovely parks with lots of sculptures and art everywhere, similar to Lugano.
Unfortunately the bathroom scales worked in our new place ...
My stay in Geneva has been a wonderful repose for me and very necessary before my next big adventure where I know I will be seeing lots of sights. In addition to relaxing and getting a lot of work done, I did manage to get out and about a bit and even make some lovely friends.
Saturday I decided to venture to an area of Geneva that I've never visited before. I took the tram to Carouge and walked around a bit making my way ...
... the bikes was that we got lost, and ended up doing twice the distance as we doubled back to get on the right path. But it was worth the walking - one path went alongside some quite dingy houses whilst the other path went past beautiful villas and mansions. So our error meant we got to see both sides to life in Chambery! The main tracks to the hill top started from a park that was obviously dog lovers heaven (yes Maureen and Deb - you both would have loved it!!). There was mayhem as ...
We wanted to improve on last night’s meal but as Tony is still dealing to a bad cough & cold we didn’t want a big night. Unfortunately, many of the place to eat in Sevriers were not open on Tuesdays so we ended up buying some ‘heat at home’ lasagna which was surprisingly good….slightly more upmarket from the tin of sauerkraut….and washed down with a nice French red.
Tomorrow we drive on to ...
Today I knew I needed a haircut so in the morning we got up, had breakfast and were out the door by 9:30. When we got to Annecy (13km away) after looking for a while we finally found a barber. Dad and I went first - then Sam. It felt really nice when the guy soaked and washed our hair. It took a while for him to cut my hair since I was as woolly as a sheep. Midway through my haircut I spotted lollies on the counter and then I saw my brother grab ...