Hotel Restaurant de l'Embarcadere
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It was a very early morning start to catch the train to Paris, Barbara met us at the station to say goodbye. We had to change trains at Geneva but otherwise a lovely trip, definitely 1st class is the way to go. On arriving at our very chic, somewhat unusual hotel we dumped our luggage and headed for the Eiffel Tower but not before stopping for a fantastic meal at a ...
... It’s had its difficulties and some pretty tough and low moments, but overall I feel fortunate to have been able to have such a truly good break and thus feel stronger and more accepting of my situation.
I’m not looking forward to walking into an empty house in Manly, but it’s something I must confront and after being so spoiled over the last five weeks, I should be much better prepared for ...
... how they were built and by whom.
We shared a Panini for lunch and each of us had a large beer. It was just perfect. We took our time getting back to the car, a little more window shopping... We got to our hotel just outside Geneva a whole lot easier than getting into the city. We are staying at an Ibis. It's new so it's quite nice and has everything we need for one night.
Tomorrow night we do a Chamber de Hote which will be a lovely ...
...to buy my return ticket home.
Due to a variety of different reasons and circumstances, some positive and some not-so-positive, I will be returning home to the USA on November 19, 2014. I bought my ticket today and although it is about 1.5 months sooner than I anticipated returning, this is the very reason I didn't buy the return ticket in advance. You just never know. ...
... bread, and salad, it's one of the better dining deals in Geneva.
We noticed that there was a tram stopping nearby the restaurant that went to the United Nations Offices Geneva (UNOG), so we hopped on the tram and went there. At the UNOG stop, the first thing you see are fountains with children playing in them, and an enormous chair monument that has a broken leg. The Broken Chair is dedicated to the victims of land mines ...