7 Clos de la Fonderie 1227, Carouge
Languages: EN, FR
Nobody knows Aunt Hilda’s real name. Everyone at the Grand Trip Trap Hotel has always called her that way. And it was also “Aunt Hilda” that she wrote down in the hotel register, in 1837.
As the first resident of the Grand Trip Trap, it was there that she imagined her most beautiful tales, turning her room into a marvellous universe populated by fantastic characters.
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Legends say that Aunt Hilda always told a new story to the ones willing to listen. As the blurb suggests, if you pay attention you will be brought into her world. You’ll get as immersed as you did when you vividly lived a story as kid when listening to adult storytellers. You are brought into a new world, with a stellar production and objects that belong in the era. No non-sense “walkie-talkies” nor unnecessary magnets.