Ibis Geneve Aeroport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
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Graham met another trathlete on the campsite and they decided to travel on the 7.30 bus into Geneva. An early start with number tattoos applied , sun cream on and pre race breakfast. I delivered them to the bus stop and went back to see if there was any other signs of life at base camp. Slowly the campers emerged and prepared themselves for the day ahead in the hot sun, We failed to get to the bus stop by 10am as planned so had to wait another half ann ...
... and I would have to pay again. Anyway with Graham in charge "the operation tandem on roof" went very well and we got out of the car park and back to the tranquility of the campsite. Three tents now set up, on our pitch this is what you call "family camping" . Sarah and Duncan arrived at 10 30 Graham having picked them up from the airport. Not too late a night for the travellers and the triathlete who was going to be up ...
... concept. Back to the airport! In the airport, the line ups were 10 times worse than those at Cayo Coco. Ugh! I thought I would need several hours check in and clear security. Once in the queue, they moved surprisingly fast. Past security, I spent a few hours shopping, grabbing a sandwich, reading, and watching TV on my iPhone. Stuart and boys- I found some chocolate for you! Swiss ...
... to go mainly autoroute but the stupid woman in my sat nav decided there were traffic problems ahead and redirected us through the Rhone Alps on the scenic route. That was good and enjoyed it until we came across the sign Route Barré. The stupid woman then tried to send us back. We told her to shut up and we made our own way through the Ski resorts of the Jura. CERN was great. Not a great amount to actually see that you could not see in the ...
... Altogether too many Chris’s me thinks and potential for all manner of conniptions. Glad I wasn’t there all things considered.) Chris and Annie live in a small village about 20 kms from Geneva. Called Le Muide (pronounced Le Mwee .This is French Swiss). Picturesque and classic pine trees and snow. Last time here we went out for a trad Swiss meal – fondue. Gluggy melted cheese on dry white bread and washed down with sickly sweet white wine. The effect of ...