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Old 16.05.2014, 14:38
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Re: Swiss vs French croissants

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True! One of my favourites.

I'll put in a word at Oh! sweetest thing.

By the way, opening party tomorrow at the cafe!
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Hi Lou,

The opening party is all day, from 9:00 till 16:00. All welcome for champagne and sweet things.

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Re: Swiss vs French croissants

I'll pop in as I will be in town, will be on my own though as A is working. Will be nice to see you if you are there.

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The opening party is all day, from 9:00 till 16:00. All welcome for champagne and sweet things.

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Hello! You can easily find croissants aux amandes in Geneva and they are really not bad! You can find them even in the bakery of Cornavin Gare
They are everywhere here, la cote at least. Divine..
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I'll pop in as I will be in town, will be on my own though as A is working. Will be nice to see you if you are there.
Great—see you tomorrow.
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Re: Swiss vs French croissants

These guys did a blind taste test to finally bring the croissant/gipfeli debate to an end. German/Swiss German with English subtitles.

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Re: Swiss vs French croissants

The croissants from Conditorei Schober in Niederdorf are wonderful!!!
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