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transfer geneva to le grand bornand

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Hi all

The tour operator we booked the apartment with has failed to get us a transfer, and suggested a couple of shared transfer websites, altibus and bensbus, that don't seem to go to le grand bornand.
There isn't anyone out there going up that way on 29/12 late afternoon that wants to share the price of a minivan taxi?
There's 2 adults + 2 kids.

Or any ideas on how to get a private transfer?

Cheers
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
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Have a look at this booklet, which shows lots of the shared transfers out of Geneva. There appear to be departures at 2pm and 7pm (a big gap I know!) for 37 euros single or 62 return.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Thanks very much, flight arrives too late to get it, but thanks anyway.
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Couple of suggestions for you @biatwc,

http://www.aravis-transfers.com/
www.aravis-shuttle.com

Haven't used either ourselves - we pretty much always hire a car from Geneva - Le Grand Bornand. It's a very straightforward drive if that's an option for you? Otherwise, there are various taxi companies advertised on www.legrandbornand.com

Have also just remembered our son and friends used www.alps2alps.com last season - they were brilliant. Very good communication beforehand and extremely efficient.
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 Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
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Train Geneva to Annecy and there's a direct bus from Annecy to Le GB. Well, there was 20 years ago when I last took that trip!
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It's a very straightforward drive if that's an option for you?

That's the way I'd go, especially if you are arriving too late for the 7 pm departure. A car might be useful in resort too, depending on where you are staying - it's quite spread out.
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Is this not the tour operators problem? Just get an airport taxi and they pay?
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