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... We then called by Lance and Delores, our neighbours in Le Grande Rue, and they too weren't about, presumably still in the UK because of the weather, or perhaps they don't make the migration to the snow until after Christmas. We then tried to get a table for lunch and two of our favourite spots were fully booked, I can only think by all the people who had planned to be skiing this week and ...
... her birthday was such a blessing! I am also so very pleased that my parents were able to be a part of it.
I have enjoyed so much getting to know each of the members of my family here throughout my trip. It will always hold a special place in my heart. And what a great way to finish this crazy adventure, seeing them all together!
Everyone has been so hospitable and I hope that I will be able to return the hospitality to each of them in ...
Our check in and departure for Lyon with Transavia was amazingly simple with us rolling away from the gate a good 5 minutes early, a first for this trip!
The flight itself was uneventful arriving to a very chilly Lyon in the early afternoon. From the airport it was a quick change to the Lyon city bound train before springing the extra €30 for the express to our final destination of Geneva.
Geneva was a bit grey on arrival but our ...
... br> A little bit about Geneva and Switzerland.
Geneva is Switzerland's second biggest city. It lies in the southwest, near the border with France, at the western end of Lake Geneva, where the Rhone flows out of the lake. A number of major international organizations have their headquarters in Geneva. These include the United Nations (UN), the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the World Health Organisation (WHO), the UN High Commission ...
... smiling, feeling like I just wasn't ready to leave the city yet.
Saturday was my last day, so we woke up early and a few of us decided to rent bikes. One guy in the hostel told me from day one that the only way to really see the city was on the bike, but I had put it off because of the weather for a week. Finally, it was 70 and the sun was shining overhead. Perfect.
After running into a million issues with the bikes, only three of us ended up renting ...