Comfort Hotel Annemasse Geneve
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... living in some dude's house with all of his stuff still here. It's right in the centre of Geneva which in our couple of days here seems to be a bit of a stiff place and not particularly friendly. It is a stunning setting on both sides of the lake with a very strong French architectural influence and lovely parks with lots of sculptures and art everywhere, similar to Lugano.
Unfortunately the bathroom scales worked in our new place ...
... you can see this beautiful metaphor come to life (see pictures). It’s so easy to get caught up in our struggles and the effort that it takes to get past them, we often miss the bigger picture. If our troubles are these rocks, and we look at the whole river, we see that they are rather miniscule in size compared to our whole life, or the entire river. The water doesn’t stop to complain about these rocks, it just finds ...
Been taking it easy these past few days, catching up on some work and hunkering down as the weather has taken a drastic shift. On Monday I walked around Geneva for a couple of hours, spending some time by the lake and the iconic Jet d'Eau. It was the last real nice day here, I think. The lake is so beautiful, nestled between the mountains and the city. The fresh air and feeling of openness that ...
... I was cabbing it there, because there was no chance I could wait around until after she was finished working to drive back with her. I'll bite the bullet and pay the 70 euro cab (100 US for a 20 minute drive. **** you, Switzerland.)
I walked up to a cabbie at 7, told him I was going to Gex, and showed him the address.
"You know, Gex is in France yeah?"
"Yea, it's right over the border. We're five minutes from France."
"Okay okay, I don't ...
... but at least it wasn't raining. The haze affects the photos a bit but we still thought they were worth sharing.
Of course, Bern has changed since Sue’s last visit and everything was closed there as well. However, the old part of the city, which is wedged into a bend in the river Aar, is very beautiful with many historic buildings and sites. The houses overlooking the river are also something to see as is the famous clock tower. It was just ...