Park&Suites Prestige Divonne-Les-Bains
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... North into France to Evian. I didn't see anything particularly stunning that makes their water better than anywhere else, but it is a nice town at the foot of the mountains and was worth a visit. Our final day was pretty much a washout, but fortunately our AirBNB guy has a massive TV and so we had a chillout day, catching up on some schooling, playing Monopoly and watching a couple of movies. Next stop, back into France to Champagne. :-)
... I pondered this metaphor, I couldn’t help myself as I started to sing Garth Brook’s song “The River” ;-)
Saturday evening I had made plans to meet up with my new friends from last Sunday at Charly O’Neill’s to watch the Real Madrid vs. Barcelona futbol game. After a while two more young American ladies who are currently living in Geneva joined us. They are finishing their studies here and ...
... made me feel right at home. Phillip Ménard, a one-man-blues-band, performed all sorts of blues tunes, in English, that it caught me by surprise when he kept speaking in French in between the songs, lol. He was quite talented and it was really nice to get out, be a part of the local scene and hear some great music.
The apartment I'm staying in is quite cozy and my host is ...
... that this was the way children should behave in a nice restaurant. I think she appreciated my point. We enjoyed a fantastic meal of lobster ravioli, sea bass with vegetables in a lovely buttery sauce, Iberian pork with seasonal vegetables, cheese and finally a roasted chestnut and blackberry ice cream something or other. With my Year 9 French I mistakenly ordered a bottle of Taittinger rose instead of two glasses of the champagne so this accompanied the entire meal. Not ...
... parasailing. Since the air is carried from the valley up the side of the Alps, parasailing is a pretty big pastime around Geneva. Too bad it was so expensive or Sarah and I would have tried to get in on it. The next afternoon we headed to the outskirts of Geneva to the little Italian village. Raymond was born there and he showed us around. It was beautiful and just a taste of what we might being seeing for our 5 weeks in Italy later on. For the others days we took ...