Hotel Royal Savoy
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... again. I was feeling a bit tense (LOL Understatement) as by now it was 615 and check in closed at 740 and I wasn't clear how close Gatwick was. Anyway, Lucy got us there in record time. We parked and even had time for coffee and a snack in Jamie Oliver's restaurant.
On to our Easyjet flight which was packed. We pushed back on time but then sat on the runway for about 35 minutes no idea why. During this time a couple two ...
... me on my French language skills, and I surprisingly understood what he said! I’ve found that within about two days, I can usually be “comfortable” with the local language at least for routine things like ordering a meal or buying train tickets.
After lunch I walked further uphill to a large Cathedral that I had seen as I wanted to have a closer look. It was right next to the Lausanne Museum, which was most definitely closed as they ...
... the tram back to Geneva CBD, walked around the lakeside, had a drink lakeside then back to room for a rest. Dinner at Chinese restaurant opposite the train station. Went to Brittania pub for a show - ACDC cover band, not very good. Very cold ...
Breakfast in room, picked up our tickets from the train station and changed some money from CHF to Euro. Walked to lake Geneva, took a boat ride on the lake - very cold out on the lake. Lunch at Burette Les Bains, a hidden gem on Lake Geneva. Walked to Old Geneva Town then back to our room for a ...
It is my second day in Switzerland, but I feel I still have to bring closure on my month walking through France. I won't detain you long.
A feature of the landscape in the Pas de Calais is the preponderance of little wayside chapels housing statues of Christ or The Madonna. Most are in good order despite their age. Even more frequently seen were roadside crucifixes of varying size and ornateness, each tanding as testament to the strong Catholic tradition that ...