Hotel Chalet d'Alizee
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... stopped by Cousin Stephen and Kim's home for morning coffee (I didn't want to leave) and onto the Liverpool Maritime Museum. Specifically to see the Titanic Exhibition. That night we went onto Rotherham to see our Bell Family (Cousins). We got to meet Gemma and Cara for the first time and both are gorgeous. The night was splendid and again, I didn't want it to finish. Moving onto Thursday and we stayed in York for two days. We took ...
It’s hard to believe that we have been in France almost 11 weeks now. Since then, we’ve met some great people, marginally improved my French, made lots of new friends and, most importantly, learnt to shop (and hopefully cook) like a Frenchman.
To begin to cook, first you must have the ingredients. I love food markets, anywhere in the world. Whenever we visit a new city or town I’m happy to leave Ali to the Art Galleries and historical ...
... about all that happening around me.. Hmmmmm…...
Rainy days are for cozying up on the cough, reading a book, catching up on a blog that seems to have taken a life of it's own
…OOH LOOK! ANOTHER VISITOR…AND A COMMENT!!…..
..I am so externally motivated sometimes...
Today it is raining quite heavily in fact, and the idea of going outside for any length of time isn't ...
... Julie wasn't taking her turns at the front no matter how many times I flicked my elbow :) I hit the drops and cranked it as hard as I could without dropping her. Somehow the song "I don't care, I love it" was in my head on replay. Just after 1/2 hour later we were back at the hotel, cramped and dehydrated but happy. We beat the rain home by around 15 minutes but that didn't stop us from having a beer on our patio overlooking Lake Geneva.
... of children and their families. It was such a glorious sunny day (and the parking was free) so we decided to take a stroll through the park next to the UN. In doing so we literally stumbled upon Musee Ariana, the Swiss Museum of ceramics and glass. The Museum was constructed at the end of the 19th century by the Genevan distinguished art collector Gustave Revilliod and the palatial edifice was designed specifically as a museum to house his extensive collection. I am a huge fan of ...