Residence La Reserve

Address: 1 Avenue du Jura, Ferney-Voltaire, Rhône-Alpes, 01210, France | 4 star hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Ferney-Voltaire

    Lunch with an old friend

    A travel blog entry by daniel.swiss on Jun 10, 2015

    Today I had lunch with an old friend of mine, one of the last people I still know at my first employer. We remembered the "good old days", and we caught up with the kid's stories. I realized that his youngest is now 15; the last time I saw him, he was ...

    Annecy to Lucerne

    A travel blog entry by bkouvelas on Jun 10, 2015

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    Woke up at 7:40am; mostly cloudy Coffee on terrace Pastries from Le Grenier a Pain Boulangerie (€8) Left Annecy at 9am Tolls €4.30 Paid for toll permit 40 francs at Swiss border Arrived in Neuchatel at 11:40am Lunch at Le Cercle National --- Feldschlossen beer, 2 pizzas (M&J had ham & mushroom, B&K had tomato & Brie) Walking tour of ...

    Annecy, France

    A travel blog entry by bkouvelas on Jun 08, 2015

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    ... the gorge, M&J bought ice cream Walked to au Delice Royal & bought lunch (€21) --- took our lunch to the lake front & ate it on a bench; large swan swimming in the water; Jess had pizza; Meg had quiche; B&K had sandwich baguettes Bill & Karin had naps; M&J went by the lake Drove to the Chateau de Menthon in Saint Bernard (other side of the lake from ...

    Memories of a Previous Flight

    A travel blog entry by dcdave100 on May 25, 2014

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    ... stop prattling on about some show he saw on PBS about how planes go down all the time to never be found again. Needless to say I told him he needed to "lock it up" because I did not want to hear about all the things that could go wrong. When we landed the whole plan broke into a loud applaud, and when I walked out of the plane and down the steps to the tarmac I waved my hands in victory imitating Ric********** ...

    When in Europe...

    A travel blog entry by carolyn.saund on May 29, 2013

    ... I learned how to get by with limited comprehension, but more importantly learned that when faced with the choice of not talking to anybody for three weeks or learning a new language, I without hesitation choose the latter. What does that say about me...? Anyway, I've decided to just make a list of life lessons I learned here that I would never have learned anywhere else.

    1. If they don't understand you, use hand gestures. If you're really bad at ...