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... for its cheese, but it also has a v well preserved castle and excellent audio video session. After we'd done that we stopped for lunch, not quite the light lunch I should have had but excellent none the less...finished by great meringue and double whipped cream....wow
We then headed to a local chocolate factory in Broc, the business was a private concern (under name Cailler) until the ...
... view. We were able to see the famous Geneva water spout and if the weather had been clear, we would have been able to see Mont Blanc...the big hill not the pen!
We had an interesting meal called a raclette. See the picture, it's a big piece of cheese that melts against a a hot "stove", you scrape it off as it melts and wrap it in a cold meat cut.. Fabulous but too much cheese. We ended the night with Catherine taking us on a short walk around the city in the twilight at about ...
... in it in honour of More's birthday later this week topped things off, and we then went for a bit of a walk along the lake. Finally, we visited the Carouge neighbourhood, where Jorge and Ana used to live. Very picturesque, with little shops and cafes, squares with pretty fountains and churches in them...Kiyana had tons of fun splashing me and Ana from a fountain while the others sat and had a quiet drink. Very much enjoyed Geneva and would go back in a ...
... help to sort things out. It's true that we have been on the go non-stop since we left Calgary over a week and a half ago. Between not sleeping extra to work off the jet lag and having night after night where bedtime is very late, she's undoubtedly worn out. But why the tummy ache? Those awful stomach cramps she had the night before we left Calgary are haunting me. There was the mini ...
... a decision I was hoping everyone would lean towards. As the night went on, we started talking about politics, faith, and history. Where was I? I felt like I was finally meeting people who shared my interests, being in Berlin for the same reasons. Appreciation of history, different cultures, and life experience.
I spoke to Adam quite a bit that night, discovering that we had very similar pasts, only on opposite sides of the world. I felt like I had made my first ...
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