Park & Suites Confort Annemasse
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... the double-decker-ish city, moving our way up the hilly part, until we found the famous cathedral (as all Swiss cities have) and castle-like buildings. We bought some roasted chestnuts on the street, and watched as the view of the Lake got cloudier and cloudier... Until by around 5pm it had started to snow quite heavily. We decided it was time to head back to the gare to make sure we would make the first train out after 7pm (we ride ...
... it should look new. We have lunch, but don't sit down for it. Usually finish about 11pm.
Monday we run about getting people into gear, lessons, and what ever else is required and try to sneak in a pizza for lunch in the village.
Tuesday is 'normal' and Wednesday is our day off. We get a sleep in and its turning into Date Night. Although I'm getting better at coming home with my date (and sober) fatigue usually means its otherwise uneventful.
The rest of the ...
... a wormhole in space must be its chief security devices. A nearby street was closed because of some high class car boot sale, so my GLW jumped out to quiz a steward, who provided directions via sign language. It was still not entirely straightforward, but at last we found it!! Our schedule had precluded one of the guided tours inside, so it did not matter that it was all closed on a sleepy Saturday evening. However, an extremely obliging security guard was happy for Red ...
... beef and pork) that you had to cook yourself on a hot stone. The meat was cut very thin so it was put it on, turn it over and take it off. After the main course it was ice cream and meringue. There was plenty of wine to drink and we finished off with coffee. On the way back we passed (not viewed, stopped or anything like that) the Cern nuclear research facility. I would love to have a tour of it if the opportunity presents itself in the ...
... that, though I'm in a legal spot, people are calling them saying there's a "walker on the autoroute" (it's illegal for hitchhikers to solicit rides directly on the highway). The enthusiasm lasts even as, three hours later, I finally head inside for a bite to eat.
I don't know if I'm doing something wrong. Should I have hitched a ride by now? Am I in an effective spot? What's the average pickup time? Should I look drivers in the ...