When you land at Geneva airport, just before you leave the baggage reclaim area, there is a machine by the door that gives you free travel in Geneva for 90 minutes anywhere in the city.
You have to get it BEFORE you leave baggage reclaim though. Once out the door, turn left in arrivals lounge and go all the way to the end into the Station. Walk in a little way and turn 180 degrees and go up the stairs behind you and come out right at the bus stop and get the number 10 which takes you to Gare Cornavin (the main station in Geneva).
Geneva Airport, in the Baggage Reclaim area just before the doors to leave.
Manor is a huge department store near Cornavin. It has a wonderful food department - akin to M&S or higher quality. The entire floor is taken up with deli counters and wonderful fresh food.
The bakery section is particularly good and you can also watch them make enormous ciabatta sandwiches (1m x 2m) that they then cut up, or roll out croissants to bake on the premises.
If you also go upstairs there is a wonderful cafe/restaurant in a self-service canteen style which is a great place to have breakfast (try the Birchermeusli), lunch (the fried fish is yummy) or tea (coffee and cakes...mmmm). The food is all prepared in front of you, and often cooked for you, but the price is very reasonable, and if you are lucky you can get a seat with a great view across the rooftops to the Saleve.
And then you can do shopping on three more floors filled with everything from beauty products and clothes to electrical items.
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Homebridge House is a lovely B&B situated about two miles outside Wareham on the way to Dorchester. It is very close to Corfe Castle, Lulworth Cove and Durdle Dor, the Tank Museum and Monkey world.
Anita, the owner, is really lovely and helpful, the rooms are tastefully decorated - classic and modern - with comfy beds and mod cons, the breakfasts are made with local produce or are homemade (e.g. Jam, bread) or home grown (e.g. tomatoes) with proper coffee, and the views out the back are really lovely (fields, deer and woods).
Thoroughly recommended for a long or short stay, although you'd need a car to get there (plenty of parking).
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