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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... airport via the train. So easy and handy. And, as today is hot, hot, hot, I'm appreciating the AC. The weather this summer in Geneva has been amazing and the 35+ temperatures should be good prep for what's to come! Sad to leave home (and Craig). When I get back, summer will be ...
... and train inside the mountains.....awesome. You can't travel to the top of the Matterhorn at 4450metres, a little high and a little steep except on foot and that might be a bit outside our skill level. However we trained it to the top of the Gornergrat, at 3350metres the mountain next door, and got an amazing view and then we set off for the walk down. We got down to Rifleberg, had lunch, then Maddi and I trained it to the next stop Rifflealp, the ...
... a spiral staircase and tiny doorways. Find the key under the doormat.
Find her letterbox and open with key. Locate locked key box. Use
code to get key out and Voila we were in! The apartment is beautiful-
just about everything was white except a roll of pink toilet paper.
Ben's bed was up a ladder but was quite cozy.
We walked around the lake which was
not very blue under now cloudy skies but there were lots of parks and I saw one
... had to buy a new bag and explain that I didn't have smaller than 50 euro... in French. Which I still don't speak. "Pardon, pardon, merci beaucoup"
Luckily, I had a chance to redeem myself by going to Annecy, France for the afternoon. This is a super cute town about an hour away (by bus) that is particularly famous for its Vieille Ville (old city). The lake is also extremely beautiful (apparently they filter it) and is surrounded ...
... and a huge lake with clear turquoise water. If you're reading this and are planning to go to Annecy, be warned- there's always a traffic snarl getting to it. There's one main road which runs along the west of the river and its completely backed up. At one point in the road there is an option to head up into the hills for the last few kilometers along a road that runs parallel to the main road. Its a tiny narrow single lane road but it was a wise decision ...