Adagio Geneve Mont Blanc
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... as I went to both the US Mission to the UN and the World Health Organization! The program took us to the US Mission on Wednesday, and we listened to Meg Riggs, who I think is the Deputy of Public Affairs for the Mission, talk to us about diplomatic work, the difference between a Mission and bilateral diplomacy, how she balanced being a diplomat with having two kids, and her favorite projects she has taken part of. She was a very good ...
... of the rare glimpses I get into Dad's childhood. I wish Daniel were able to be here too.
Tuesday, it was finally a nice enough day that we did a mini-tour of Geneva. I showed my mom the two main churches, Notre Dame and "Calvin's Church" aka St. Pierre. We walked around the old city and I introduced my parent's to Martel's ;-) We enjoyed a lovely coffee and some delicious ...
... It’s nice traveling to another country when you already have friends there that you can look up! The French students definitely go out more than we do back home – several times a week normally. There have also been organized events and evenings with the goal of international students getting to know the French students, so that’s been nice.
Last Friday was the Jour d’Integration at the Parc Asterix (a French theme park focused on a cartoon in ...
... again, so it was grab our bags and head to the train station. Swiss trains are great ... If it says departure at 10:36 am, that's when it goes! At our hotel, Mike & Kali were waiting in the lobby. While waiting for our room to be ready, we decided to walk around downtown a bit and get some lunch. It was a struggle to stay awake during lunch, so when we got ...
... only down side to the whole train experience was the two people next to us. Every time they opened their bag, it smelled of rotting garbage. We quickly realized that it was the cheese they brought with them to spread on the entire loaf of bread to accompany the sun dried tomatoes, olives and applies, all of which was consumed in the first hour of the journey. I have no idea how they managed to put down that much food, cheese in particular (1/3 of a ...