Auberge de Carouge

39, rue Ancienne , Carouge, Geneva, Switzerland | Inn
 

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Day 54: Chamomix and Mont Blanc

A travel blog entry by jimboandsusan

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... off the route descriptions from our e-guidebook (we have the hard copy of the book but left it at home to save weight), finding out how it differs from the GPS tracks, which unfortunately is significantly. So we have a highlighter to colour in the areas to look out for on our 1:200,000 map (1cm=2km). Oh yeah, this is going to be fun... Our laundry has finished drying, so at least for this next stage, we will start off fresh and ...

Day 53: Geneva

A travel blog entry by jimboandsusan

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So we shall start with a vital question from the CERN passport, we need some help in getting the answer right. Which of these particles circulate in the LHC? a) simpletons b) protons c) croutons Hmmm... Being nerds in Geneva, yes we went to CERN. In case there are any non-nerds out there, the LHC is the Large Hadron Collider - an underground particle accelerator! We got a booklet of questions and visited the displays. Unfortunately, ...

Day 52: Vevey to Geneva

A travel blog entry by jimboandsusan

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... could take a rest day here... And our shoes are still wet, and we hate putting on wet shoes... But we did want to conquer our mission to ride all the way from the North Sea to the Mediterranean Sea. And we will undoubtedly meet with rain throughout our journey over the Alps. So we decided on the 'wait and see' option. We packed up and ate breakfast inside the tent, and headed to the restaurant for cappuccinos. By this time, the rain was finally easing ...

Lake Geneva and a day of Swiss culture

A travel blog entry by glenn-sampson

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... for a Capaccino in the main street complete with its trams combined with the overcast setting gave it a Melbourne like feel.

The Le Jet d'Eau dominates the lake with its water spout surging at 550 litres per second to a height of 140mtrs.

The other thing that stands out is the abundance of huge flags adorning the cities bridges and buildings of note and ...

Europe Sings

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999

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... is broadcasting the Eurovision Song Contest. For those of you who don’t know the Eurovision Song Contest is a competition involving singers from around “Europe”. I put Europe in parentheses because they have a very loose definition of what constitutes Europe –basically you have to be culturally European. Hence Israel, Azerbaijan and other countries that geographically lie outside of Europe get to compete. Each country gets to choose one band ...

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