Hotel InterContinental Geneve
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- TV Channel One Russia
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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After a much needed rest and a wonderful breakfast, we set off for the town of Gruyère. It's about an hour and half drive from where we are staying. Before we entered the town, we were lucky enough to be stopped by a cow traffic jam otherwise known as "descente alpage" (désalpage).
Each spring, the cows are herded up into the mountains. Their caretakers stay in the mountains with them all summer till it's time to come back ...
... in 1988, as the U.S. refused a visa to PLO leader Yassir Arafat. Most of the political side of what the UN does occurs at the New York headquarters. The visit was enjoyable and informative and we spent more time than usual lingering in the bookstore afterward.
From there it was back to the tram and to our hotel to drop off our purchases and head to the Old Town for a picnic lunch consisting of food and drink bought at the local Coop ...
... 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 ...
... that I was a princess and it was my very own garden. It was huge! There were fountains and pools and pools and lush green trees everywhere- i'll post pictures because my vernacular really won't do it justice. We spent the afternoon at Hadrians Villa, which in its glory days must have been one of the biggest villas in the world. We studied it quite a bit in our previous architecture history classes. The site is in ...