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... living in some dude's house with all of his stuff still here. It's right in the centre of Geneva which in our couple of days here seems to be a bit of a stiff place and not particularly friendly. It is a stunning setting on both sides of the lake with a very strong French architectural influence and lovely parks with lots of sculptures and art everywhere, similar to Lugano.
Unfortunately the bathroom scales worked in our new place ...
... around them (or over or under them), rather than trying to struggle through them. The rock is just a tiny blip in it’s path, the river keeps flowing, maybe down a different path than originally intended, but is that really so awful? It gets past it and returns to smooth sailing. Maybe if I look at life’s challenges like these rocks, not so much as obstacles, rather as tiny detours, I can return to smooth sailing a little ...
... provides, strengthens my desire to live near the water... someday :-)
Last night, after staying inside and keeping warm and dry for a few days, I decided I needed to get out. I discovered the Blues Association of Genève online and decided to check out the weekly performance at the Brasseur des Grottes, just a short walk from where I am staying. It was a really neat atmosphere and ...
... gate to regulate traffic flow, and you have to leave a deposit on the card. Therefore if you want to leave before reception opens at 8.30, as we did, there is no one to refund you the deposit when you leave early.
I was just about to hit the sack, about 10pm I think, when a car pulled up next to us. There was some discussion between the occupants and some barking from, what turned out to be, two huge dogs they had in the car. The fact that they arrived late, and ...
... queuing to get back into France - the photo is a bit boring as it's just a concrete border post, I'd been hoping for a pretty 'welcome to Switzerland' sign! Then things got a bit hairy as there were a couple of dual carriageways with signs directing to different parts of the city, where to go? Luckily we saw a cycle path to our right going under the roads so that decided us, it did take us into the centre eventually. There were some bike paths but lots of roundabouts ...