Friends, I have a very last article about my travel adventures to Geneva which was in the beginning of December. And today i would like to share with you a story about I how I fell in love with interior photography, where to find the most delicious eclairs and how to feel yourself like an 007 agent.
Our last day in Geneva we spent not only in the amazing SPA-centre, but also had a chance to try a truly royal brunch in one of the top hotels in Geneva – La Reserve Hotel and Spa. La Reserve is a special collection of club hotels where you can stay not only during your trip, but also spend nice hours and relax after a hard working week. That’s why when we came there on Sunday, there were so many people, elder couples, families with small children and business men who came just to have a nice relax. Before the brunch we had a chance to see the whole hotel, it’s SPA zones and take pictures. But since we were very hungry after Bain Bleu SPA we could think only about a brunch, so, when we came to our table we breathed out with a relief – food, finally. Hungry bloggers – angry bloggers, so you better feed us haha
Brunch at La Reserve Hotel and Spa – is a heaven for those who love eating different types of food. Want to have japanese rolls and sashimi – here you are. Oysters? Ouch, you are welcome. Any salads with and without meat or fish? Oh, of course we have. Or you love tempura dishes? Haha yeap, everything our guests want! All the first courses were served on the big table so you could help yourself. The main courses were served by waiters at your choice. What about deserts – it is a treasure! And of course we tried them all! Eclairs at the brunch were the most amazing things.
After the meal we continued working – shooting of course! We were taken to the private villa which is a Suite with a capital letter and a king among all suites!
A PRIVATE VILLA
“Imagine yourself an agent 007!” that’s what I said when I entered the villa which appeared to be the most inspiring thing to me. You know, if I had a chance to live in that place, I would have definitely got lost there 🙂 It is huge! With panoramic windows, as I love, the interior is made in the minimal modern style and a furniture – is a mix up of classical and postmodern styles. And exactly at the time of shooting that area I understood that I am in love with interior photography! So what do you think about the villa itself and about the shots? I really can’t wait to know your opinion!