La Cour Des Augustins - Boutique Gallery Design Hotel
Travel Blogs from Geneva
... others and decided it was the girl in the corner. After a short chat the kiwi put more bread into the toaster....the mystery was solved about 90 seconds later when Sandy saw some flying toast. It seems the eject was quite strong. The first toast was on the floor, the second piece fell on the counter. An exciting start to the day
We picked up Thierry from his house and we drove to ...
... view. We were able to see the famous Geneva water spout and if the weather had been clear, we would have been able to see Mont Blanc...the big hill not the pen!
We had an interesting meal called a raclette. See the picture, it's a big piece of cheese that melts against a a hot "stove", you scrape it off as it melts and wrap it in a cold meat cut.. Fabulous but too much cheese. We ended the night with Catherine taking us on a short walk around the city in the twilight at about ...
... would help me. She kept saying that I should feel as though I was in my brother or sister's house. I'm not sure how to make sure they know how grateful I am for their support and kindness. Jorge made a lunch reservation at a restaurant right on the lake for Sunday lunch. The table was right next to the water on this beautiful terrace shaded by big trees. Almost all of us had perch, and the white wine was divine alongside it. A special dessert with a ...
... help to sort things out. It's true that we have been on the go non-stop since we left Calgary over a week and a half ago. Between not sleeping extra to work off the jet lag and having night after night where bedtime is very late, she's undoubtedly worn out. But why the tummy ache? Those awful stomach cramps she had the night before we left Calgary are haunting me. There was the mini ...
... on a budget for you! After a few hours of walking around, taking photos of the buildings, the river and the lights, and being offered drugs under a bridge (haha) we made our way back to the airport. By this time it was about 11pm. We sat and had a chat to a man from the states living in Vietnam who had lost his credit card or something and was stuck here. He was a bit strange so we didn't spend too long chatting to him. We then made our way to ...
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