Parc des Eaux-Vives
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... they have made us the envy of rue Muzy. Crazy things that the Swiss apparently don't eat: brown sugar, black beans, "mexican" cheese, the list continues...
Last weekend I had Friday off again, and so a few of us went to Lausanne for the day. Lausanne is a college town on Lake Geneva, 40 minutes away by train. We went with no game plan, and the desire to spend as little money as possible. When we got there, we ended up just ...
... with Jack running their business, Phéné Importation and Jean-Claude has his own bike shop. Vanessa is going to university for social work and she is currently in the middle of an internship working with the elderly. Morganne is attending a university for information technology and she is learning mandarin and programming. It was a fun evening filled with lots of laughter and stories of travels around the world!
After dinner, ...
... and walking through the open food markets. Weekend markets seem to be a big thing in Europe, and especially France. You can buy all kinds of fruits and vegetables, as well as freshly baked bread, all types of meat (definitely saw some skinned rabbits – not my cup of tea), cheeses, wine, fresh juices, olives and nuts, and more. They’re usually better priced than in the supermarkets too!
That night we went out to eat with the British girls before taking ...
Bonjour! We woke up this morning after a good (and long) night's rest. Breakfast in the hotel -- eggs, musli and pastries, then headed out for sight-seeing. The church bells were ringing at the Notre Dame across the street from the hotel, but the streets were very quiet otherwise. I still love the old buildings here in Geneva, many of them serving as apartments. We walked to the "Smurf" buildings ...
And they live in a beautiful home overlooking Lake Geneva and the original Mount Blanc! Beautiful!
Sandy started immediately doing laundry. We packed light specifically because we were stopping here and Alex and Annie would let us use their washer and dryer. Thank you so much!
Alex was kind enough to fix a great American steak dinner for us! And he had one of our favorites, broccoli. I taught him a trick about ...