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... later, we'd explored every park, sit-upon ride thingy, and smelled every flower (they were gorgeous) to finally arrive at the museum. Each ticket was printed with a particular sport and funnily enough they were so highly appropriate!
Tony got the C-1 paddler, Talia the gymnast, I got the figure skater (perhaps a nod to my dance background..waaaaay back) and Avaia - got the high jumper, BUT if you turned it upside down, it looked like the monkey climbing ...
... cute - so 4 entrances poorer and 2 blow up animals along with 2 floaty rings later and we were set to embark on a Badi experience.
My very favourite food, I mean absolute favourite…beyond chocolate, coffee and raclette, is….
anything made by someone other than me.
And for the record, that includes coffee, chocolate and raclette.
That night we had my ...
It was like going to the Stampede. People lining up in throngs under the heat of the sun, kids in tow, ready to willingly hand over gobs and gobs of money to be rewarded with rides, theme parks and full family excitement, even shows, to then get hungry causing you to – yup you guessed it – consume food that costs even more. On Tuesday, we headed to the famous "Aquaparc" – a water slide/ multiple splash park/pool, lake extravaganza. For ...
... I felt like I was channelling Mama Histon's previous text while in the UK:
"Just follow all the signs Karin, and it takes about 1 and 1/2 hours, if you don't miss any turns!!"
On the way back…we didn't miss any turns and were back to the start in 30 minutes! hahaha!
We found parks, saw ducks, the kids hugged one another through the trees and kept each other warm and giggly. I revelled in the wind on my face, the sun on ...
... an official United Nations badge that gets me into the Cafeteria and the Library as well as any room open to the public.
After exploring the library and ordering a few books to work on next week I headed home for a quick lunch chez mois. While I have seen quite a few tourists sights in Geneva I had yet to go to any museums. I figured Friday afternoon would be an awesome museum day.
My original plan was to go to the Rousseau Museum, but a quick google searched showed ...