Pierre & Vacances Residence Sepia
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60; This was the second best day of our trip. Personally this was my favorite site visit day and learning trip. Started off the day with breakfast in the hotel lobby and headed on to our bus for the journey ahead. We proceeded to the World Trade Organization, for our first site visit of they day. The security of this organization was very high (of course). The building and atmosphere was great. ...
... time to shop and explore during the afternoon on a busy Friday. We then later met for our farewell dinner with the group and Emilie. Dinner was very nice and we all had our moments giving our opinions and thoughts about the trip. We then went back the hotel to finish up the night and then get up early for our flight home. I think I was one of the few to stay home and get rest after packing all up to leave for the U.S.A.
This day we were able to sleep in a bit and had breakfast then got ready to board up and head to the World Trade Organization. Everyone was all dressed up and looking respectable and had a nice presentation about the WTO and supply chain. I am a supply chain major and learned so much from this presentation about interstate commerce and barriers of importing and exporting throughout countries. This was ...
... We have had 2 metres in 4 days, and although during the snow its not that flash outside, the result is pretty. The resort gets about 8 metres a year, so to get this much in one dump is quite something apparently. There has been some hard work keeping on top of access, over the last week of so. He has managed to sprain his knee, skiing, and demonstrate that you don't need scissors to remove fingernails. She has been a trooper and picked up alot of the physical outside work while he ...
... nice people. A group we had recently which comprised 5 families represented, only one didn't have maids and housekeepers, and various others helpers, around them the whole time in the home world. We haven't been spoken down too at all which is plus. A couple, who are our colleagues in Morzine, had the children who were staying openly referring to them as servants. My reaction to that sort of thing would probably have got me fired. Sometimes we feel that is in fact what ...