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... when Nestle helped out and bought it. I reckon it may have been one of Nestles best acquisitions!! The tour was very good, the tasting was great and the shop excellent.
When we dropped Thierry home, Catherine said she would like us to accompany her to the opening of a new shoe shop in Geneva. Her friends, who have a very successful shop, are relocating and this is a party to celebrate ...
... view. We were able to see the famous Geneva water spout and if the weather had been clear, we would have been able to see Mont Blanc...the big hill not the pen!
We had an interesting meal called a raclette. See the picture, it's a big piece of cheese that melts against a a hot "stove", you scrape it off as it melts and wrap it in a cold meat cut.. Fabulous but too much cheese. We ended the night with Catherine taking us on a short walk around the city in the twilight at about ...
... was only minimal hesitation, really, before the plan was a go, and they arrived at 6:00 pm the next afternoon. Can't imagine Mom and Dad hopping to it quite like that, especially in light of the fact that More and Paco leave on a trip to the Baltics in just a few days' time. Anyway, it was such a pleasure to watch Ana interact with them - especially her relationship with More. The two were like a couple of school girls before going out, primping and ...
... when we got off the Eurostar in Paris and it was bothering her. Didn't work, so we stopped on a little island in the middle of the river, and she laid down and rested her head in my lap. She seemed a bit better, so we started to walk again, but we didn't even make it to the other side of the bridge. We looked for a taxi and headed straight back to Jorge and Ana's in the hope that a ...
... that you can do "The Maggiore Express" in which you catch two trains to Lucarno in Switzerland at the top of the lake and then a ferry back to Stresa but again on a restricted timetable so we missed out. Apparently well worth doing and on public transport so not too expensive.
Anyway we did go to a few places including Verbania and Santa Caterina. At Verbania there are the Taranto Gardens which we found very disappointing (entry fee €10 ...
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