The Dolder Grand
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... paradise with lots of bars and restaurants including more Michelin star rated than any other in Spain thanks to the Basque. The weather is perfect, sunny and about 22 deg, daylight till about 10.30 pm but dark until 8am which is great because today I need a sleep in to catch up a bit. A late start sees us at local breakfast bar that we noticed yesterday does a bacon and egg special, then on to catch the double decker "hop on - hop off" tour bus. A good commentary as ...
... resturants that he recommended. Tonight it was mexican and it was fantastic.
Today was to be a day of sightseeing and exloration. We had picked out a quaint Thai village to visit which seemed pretty close to our place. We all enthusiastically hopped into the car and headed out. After clearly taking the wrong turn and finding ouselves somewhat "lost", we stopped at a resturant to ask for diretions. We found ourselves right in the middle of ...
... is not apart of the European Union so they have high import tariffs. Because of these low taxes and high tariffs, prices for everyday goods are extremely high, especially for tourists.
After checking into our hotel, we set out to grab dinner by the river. We took a tram to Bellevue Square and went to a small Italian restaurant. We then decided to walk along the river. It was beautiful! You could see the Alps in the ...
... little towns along the way for a few more pictures of the lake and then made our way through a bit of Geneva’s wine country as we got closer to the big city.
Arriving in Geneva we made our way to our hotel which was located right by the United Nations building and only a few blocks from the shores of the lake. After checking we headed out in a slight drizzle to check out the old town area which was much more charming than the high-rises and ...
... br> After parking our luggage in our quaint hotel room, which reminded me a bit of a Faulty Towers guest room (except nicer), we dined in the Light of India restaurant inside the hotel on the ground floor. It was advertised as an award winning restaurant for the best Indian food in Kensington. It certainly was good, the flavours were delicious and service excellent. A late night stroll down Cromwell Road to work off the meal finished off the ...