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Wales and England - AMAZING. We arrived on Friday 16th October. We launched straight into sightseeing mode and went directly to the Roman Baths in Bath. What a groovy town Bath is. The next day was the Dr Who Experience in Cardiff. This probably rated as James' most favourite tourist attraction. That afternoon Paul and James went to the Semi Final of New Zealand v France. Our country v The Country we live in. The rest is history. ...
... 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 ...
... so they don’t use Phil I said to myself. At that point I decided to always refer to Phil as Philip. Later I told Phil this story and he said he has had the same issue and that sometimes he use his middle name Robert but says Roberto if they still have problems with Philip.
After this we went back to the hotel, which is where we met Philip to take us back to the apartment. There we had another lovely meal on the floor with Philip and than headed back to the ...
Geneva is a beautiful city. I arrived in Geneva while the sky was clear. The mountains had snow capped on top and the views were incredible. The plane got extremely close to the mountain tops, so it was worth having a window seat on the journey here.
I found Geneva to be expensive. Although, public transport is free for tourists,,which was a bonus, and i found the public transport (buses) ran ...
... which I am not used to but really like. There appeared to be something happening all the way along with activities, boating trips, food places etc & to my delight toilets which are free. The following pictures are better than I can describe it.
Another observation which baffles me is that when people approach me they have always addressed me in English. How do they know I speak English? Even ...