Kyriad Geneve St-Genis-Pouilly
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... airport via the train. So easy and handy. And, as today is hot, hot, hot, I'm appreciating the AC. The weather this summer in Geneva has been amazing and the 35+ temperatures should be good prep for what's to come! Sad to leave home (and Craig). When I get back, summer will be ...
Exciting exit for us, Matt, Maddi, Ross and I from Brisbane and 14hrs into Dubai. Had a great flight and whisked to our hotel in 2xMercedes (don't you love Dubai). It was 42deg (don't you hate Dubai) and I do not have to tell you it was bloody hot. Needless to say we spent our day in the huge shopping mall attached to our hotel, 3 storey high aquarium, ice rink, sega world fun park with huge rides, a shopper and kids paradise.
... DAH, she wasn't a lot of help; she was rather snotty. I've finally gotten to a point where it doesn't bother me anymore. If someone wants to act arrogant it's his or her problem not mine.
The Rhone river dumps into lake Geneva. It's a huge lake and really pretty. We walked to Jardin Anglais. it is known for it's lovely flower display but there were no flowers. It must be getting too late into the season. We then walked to the flower ...
... and shone on some of the alps When we boarded The Golden Pass Train in Interlaken we knew that we were in for an interesting day...we were the only people in our 1st class carriage..I was able to look out any window I wanted..they even opened so I could take photos..though the train travelled so fast that some are quite blurry..but that didn't last long as when we changed trains at Zweissman, because the gauge changed..we had to share our ...
... There was even a watch there that acts out the story of when Moses hit the rock, and water came out of it. It was really interesting to see! They also had videos throughout the floors that showed through 3D animation exactly how the mechanisms of the clock worked. One of the coolest things they had there was "The Most Complicated Watch in the World." This watch has 1,728 components in total, including a thermometer and a star ...