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Sunday 4:15am Pacific Time - Wake up
Sunday 7:30am - Flight from LAX to JFK
Sunday 3:45pm EST - Land in JFK, spend 2 hours collecting baggage, rechecking baggage, and going through security... again.
Sunday 7:45pm EST - BLAST OFF
The entire day of traveling was a little stressful, mostly because I was dealing with annoying travel odds and ends (and hoping that my bags weren't too many kilos), while the fact that I ...
... is a city deep in gray scale - the mist off the lake mutes most of the buildings to white or dull stone colors, and I have yet to see a local wearing anything but black. Even the other study abroad students seem to all be wearing black, while I am very warm but not particularly sleek or urban in my turquoise coat and cargo ski pants.
Bright side: I am one of the few study abroad students that I've met so far who speaks French! I'm ...
Today was purely about getting off and ready to go.
Rob went round to fix Suzy's tire first thing and make sure she was good to go again. We packed and jammed and weighed for a few hours. Then took off to the train at Bare. We got to Manchester Airport in good time and checked through all okay until security Honestly they are worse the Australia. Our bag had to be scanned again, even after they had checked it - twice! It ...
I have had a perfectly lovely time with Oncle Jack and Tante Danielle. They are the most wonderful and gracious hosts and always a joy to be around. I absolutely adore them both and am thankful to be able to spend time with them while I’m here. Tante Danielle is so intelligent, full of so much cultural knowledge. She spent 37 years working for the UN and has a great tongue for languages. At one point, ...
We woke up planning to go to Gruyere and Broc which are places where they make some cheese and chocolate. The rainy weather sidelined those plans until tomorrow though. We decided to drive down to Annecy in the French Alps and then stop by Yvoire. Yvoire is on the French side of Lake Geneva and is a medieval village.
It took us about an hour to get to Annecy, which they call "The small Venice of the ...