L'echo des montagnes
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Exploring the small town and shops here was great. Proceeding from our amazing experience we went to a local restaurant and ate lunch. After we headed back to Geneva for the last few hours. Here we went to the hotel I packed and got ready to go to our final dinner in Old City Geneva. This was close to our hotel and a very good place for dinner. One of the items that stood out to me were the ...
... best manner, I have ever received. We were able to finish without hesitation and missing the bus all because of the great staff at this amazing restaurant. After rushing to the bus and not knowing the reason behind Nestle and the strict timing, I was a bit confused. We arrived at the national headquarters and the outside views were unprecedented. I have never seen views such as these in my entire life. Going in the bulding it was amazing and the ...
... warmer. I decided to try going out for a little bit. When I walked outside it was so cold and breathing was a little easier outside. I tried to see if the next cable car was coming soon and they said it was another 30 minutes. WHAT! I was having trouble breathing at this point but I waited for the cable car.
When we go to the bottom of the mountain. I shopped a little at the store next to the cable car. I also tried going into the town to shop ...
... rides on one side of the center for kids to play on. Alot of people were outside eatting lunch. There were alot of resturants and we quickly had to find a place to eat because we only had an hour to eat for lunch.
We found a really nice place on one of the side streets. It almost reminded me of a resturant that find near a beach. The waitress did not speak English so there was a little bit of a communication barrer but we tried our best to tell her that we needed to leave ...
Yes Stanley, it was very hard climbing the mountain. The path was rocky and steep in some parts.
No I did not have to wear special gear to climb the mountain Molly. We took the chairlift (telesiege) up as far as it would go and then climbed the last few hundred metres on foot. It is summer over here so it was quite warm up on top of the mountain. We ...