Hotel Restaurant de l'Embarcadere
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... to be able to relive again in life. The Alps were beautiful and our friends made it even better. The cable car was interesting and somewhat wobbly. We stopped at the middle of the mountain and took pictures while observing the view. I have to say that the selfie stick surprisingly went a long way here. Following a few of us went to the cable cart and to the top. The views got even better and were again astonishingly ...
... nervous to go on.
Waiting on line seeing everyone bundled up I worried if I was wearing enough layers. I did not pack a heavy coat and I worried at this moment if I would regret that.
When we got on the cable car it was different then I expected. We all just stood in this small glass cube. When I got on the cable car I heard the people next to me have American accents. I asked them if they were from America and it turn out that they ...
... we were able to see the lake and the mountains. It was an amazing view. We all got ideas at the front desk and were able to go inside. We took the esculator up the tall building to the top floor. The view got even better.
When we were upstairs the first tour we had was of the DAT room. This place was soo cool. I am a marketing major so all the social media and PR talked was really cool to hear about. I loved seeing how everyone worked together to brainstorm new ideas. I ...
... hotel it was so pretty. I liked it alot better already than the French hotel we stayed at. It seemed clean and new. We had to keep our suitcases in the lobby becasue our room was not ready yet, but we were able to go out to lunch before our next tour.
We first converted our Euros to Francs at a near by bank.
We went to a restuarant across the street from the hotel. It was really cute and we were able to eat outside. At this point of my trip I ...
... I found one english speaker, who looked at the address and went "Oh no, I don't know. You know you're in Gex, right?"
I KNOW. I'M IN GEX.
Frustrated and realizing it was already past 8, I desperately tried to find a phone. I saw a man getting on a motorcycle and ran to him, pleading for help. He saw the address, recognized it, and said it was a 20 minute walk. I asked if I could call my cousin on his phone, and he told her what location we were ...