Hotel Le Flamboyant
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... seeing how all of our different personalities got together exceptionally well. Saying goodbye and realizing time was coming to and end was so unreal. Prior to the trip I was hesitant and not sure about wether I would enjoy the trip. In the end it was the complete opposite. After dinner we went back and a few of us packed our bags and went to explore Geneva one last time before departing early in the morning. The airport ...
... Mike and I went for a walk around the village and it was one of the cutest places I have ever been too. I loved the little stream/ river the went through the middle of the village.
We walked around a little until we went back to the group to get ready for lunch.
We waited with everyone by the cable cars until it was time to walk to the restaurant with the others.
When we were walking to the restaurant, we walked throught the ...
... got fish and chips and I think they taste good but I ate my meal so fast I can not remember.
After we quickly paid the bill we ran back to the bus. I was happy to know with the time limit we had we made it to the bus a few minute early.
Unfortunately some others were running late but we were able to leave without leaving anyone behind.
When we drove up to the Nestle Headquarters I was in shoke by how nice the building was. When went inside there were windows ...
... inside wasn't too special and there was no place to look out over the city. If you ever go, I recommend skipping the basilica, and the hike up there!
Definitely a beautiful day trip but there isn't a whole lot to do when the carnival isn't in full swing. I would love to go back in the warmer months to see the caves around the back of the mountains, they sound absolutely wonderful!
... at much less than 200mph. We reached the turn to Alpe D'Huez late in the afternoon and drove maybe 25 km to reach the first of the hairpin turns number 21. Every turn was so sharp that I had to drop into first gear to keep from stalling out on the subsequent rise through the next switchback and I never made it out of second gear before the next hairpin because the grade was closer to 10% than 8%. ...