Nash Airport Hotel

Address: Chemin de la Violette 11 , Cointrin, Geneva, 1216, Switzerland | 3 star hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Cointrin

    Race Day

    A travel blog entry by legoodtimesroll on Jul 10, 2015

    ... 5 Team Le Good supporters were the only ones on the bus, but the driver wouldn't except payment and directed us to the on board machine which only took coins, of which we had only a few.The driver really didn't seem that bothered but eventually we found enough coins to buy 5 tickets costing 3 Swiss franc when we should have paid 10 francs each, so that was a good deal. We arrived by 11.30 the bus journey quite long and tiresome but better than ...

    CHAMONIX - GENEVA - BASTIA

    A travel blog entry by glenda56 on Jul 09, 2015

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    ... is beautiful with a lovely big room, wide balcony overlooking the pool and out to sea, and a bath. We walked down into the village of Pietranera, just out of Bastia, and unfortunately we couldn't find any sandy beaches, only a few little pebbly ones. However only five minutes from the hotel we have a supermarket, fruit shop, bakery and patisserie, etc. After a swim in the pool we walked into Bastia and explored the town. We weren't that impressed, but it improved when we ...

    Pre race day

    A travel blog entry by legoodtimesroll on Jul 09, 2015

    Graham had to register and do a team photo this morning, so I opted to stay in the village. I wandered to the supermarket and explored shopping Mall which was part of a huge swimming pool complex which looked very exciting. I couldn't buy too much as I had to carry it up the hill so I had to wait for Graham to come back with the car to do a beer and wine shop. The family were arriving tonight and expected the fridge to ...

    Planes, trains, and... ...buses

    A travel blog entry by pharm._girl on Jun 21, 2015

    7 photos

    ... shaped chocolate.  Really cool!  I *almost* bought them, but was afraid they wouldn't make it home.  (Italy is going to be so HOT.  I'd be bringing home melted blobs).  So I took a picture instead, see below. At the gate, I boarded a bus that took us passengers out to the tarmac to meet the plane.  Guess how many passengers were on the plane?!?  Eleven.  11.  Onze.  How is ...

    The Large Hadron Collider

    A travel blog entry by stuartandsue on Jun 02, 2015

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    ... but we had 3 guides in total, all scientists and tour volunteers. Their enthusiasm oozes! I got a gold star for remembering my O'level physics and Fleming's left hand law. We went to see the cryogenic testing hall. They were testing the magnet and accelerator parts down to -255 degrees C. Apparently some magnets weren't tested a few years ago and it caused 50 magnets to melt because the superconductors overheated. 3 years downtime! It does appear that this ...