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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... the international work atmosphere was great. Following our great tour we went to Vevey, a beautiful indescribable city. We got a short break for lunch here. A few of the peers and I walked around found a restaurant and headed in with 20 minutes until we had to be back on the bus. At this restruant we got VIP treatment, even tough it was completely packed. They seated us upstairs in the VIP hall. Took our order, and got us our amazing fresh food ...
... mountain. Now we had lunch at this little cafe called La Petite Kitchen and I thought we were going to have a small light lunch. I was then surprised to see that we were having steak which I was definitely not expecting. It was a little rare as far as being cooked but was still a very good steak with dessert and everything. After this lunch we went back to Geneva for another smaller tour with Emilie guiding us. We then ...
... to a pizzeria which had some of the best pizza I have ever had and we then walked around and enjoyed the scenery. After this time we had to board back on the bus then head over to Nestle Headquarters where we had some speakers on both their digital marketing and their supply chain. After this we had a very nice ride back to Geneva where we had the coastal waters and a nice sunset along with beautiful weather.
... grey for good photos but fairly impressive all the same.
Out to a restaurant for dinner. Another late night for Miss M. The late nights are not doing her any good, nor is the diet. It's ***********trol her diet as well as it should be. Sourdough is a hard to find and while croissants have no yeast, we think the butter overload more than makes up for the lack of yeast. Has been a few tanties and toys thrown..!
... they ask you not to!), smell (a heady mix of perfumed plants and other pungent smells, including a chocolate daisy) and hearing (a splashing fountain in an enclosure with birds cooing). These were all divided into a sort of labyrinth by espaliered apple varieties. As well there were alpine plants and a peaceful cloister garden. Unbelievable. Best of all, every single plant was clearly labelled, so I learnt so much. There were benches ...