Mercure Annemasse Porte de Geneve
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... side of lake Annecy. We caught up with them a couple of times and went with them for a drive up to the ski resorts of Megeve, Combloux and La Clusaz.....lots of cloud but not an inch of snow in sight, but Mont Blanc peeped above the clouds for a moment, to allow us a stunning photo and a break for a picnic lunch.
On our last day day in Annecy we hired a car and drove the 100km to ...
... only a short walk from the station we were there before long and ready to explore.It is funny when you are travelling and want to cook for yourself a decent supermarket seems impossible to find whereas when you don't need it like our night in Geneva you stumble across a market that offers a plethora of eating options.
Moving away from our dining treasure trove we made away across the lake at the narrow end admiring the lit up buildings and ...
... and CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research. We drove along the strip where all these organizations have their headquarters.
Geneva is also well known for its watches. Geneva is also known for its car fair, the Inventors' Fair and the Book Fair. Swiss chocolate refers to chocolate produced in Switzerland . While cacao beans and other ingredients such as sugar can originate from outside of Switzerland, the actual production of the chocolate ...
... some chocolate and use the last of our franc before heading to the waiting area (since our flight info wouldn't be up for another hour or so). We found a nice little spot to sit and snack on some of our remaining food from the day before. I are the last of the peanut butter, a luxury not found in Italy (apparently Italians really don't like any form of protein). After snacking I finished reading The Bacchae before we went to go check on our ...
... walked passed that UN building. The flags weren't up though because it was closed, boooo!! It was too close to New Years and they hadn't opened back up yet. So we went to the Red Cross museum. Very cool, interesting and sad place. It really made me want to do something to help. I would love to work for the UN or an aid agency one day, maybe in the Philippines. There are so many people in the world who need help and are so much worse off than me, so it was ...