Hotel Saint Andre
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We ended up getting to the hotel at about 8 PM, so didn't have time to go back into town for dinner and to see the city. It was a bit of a bugger considering we won't have time tomorrow as we are at CERN all day. Instead, we went next door to a nice Italian place. I had an awesome risotto, and many of the others got other fantastic looking pasta dishes and pizzas.
... to not only revive the games, but ultimately wanted to change the way of the world through sport. It was incredibly inspiring to see.
The children really enjoyed themselves, listening to the various displays, looking, touching and feeling the different items, and even being able to be interactive with the various Olympic torches over time. It was truly magical.
Our time drew to an end all to quickly and we headed back to our little abode in ...
... flight to Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, July 13. It was rainy, so there was no visibility for the first half of the flight. Eventually, I noticed that there were some white clouds sticking up above the rest of the mostly level surface of the clouds, like islands in the Caribbean. Nope, not clouds, but mountain tops. All in a line. And there's one really, really big one at the end. Mont Blanc as I came to realize.
Tamar and Mike were traveling ...
... only mentioning it because Nick had his birthday cake there) and flew into Geneva. Originally we planned to go to the Reformation Wall and the Palace of Nations, but after googling pictures and realizing a train that would take us directly to where we were going (Laussane) we decided to do that instead. So we hopped the train and found our way to the very small city of Laussane. First of all, nothing is open ...
... to the other and we were force to take 2 buses that winded their way through the Alps and a train to take us the rest of the way to Geneva. One of the sights that we really wanted to visit was the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), rather I wanted to see and Syd indulged me, unfortunately we got to Geneva after it closed. We knew we would be back after our festival in Belgium so I wasn't worried. We had planned on making microwaveable noodles for dinner but ...