Auberge Des Tonnelles
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... seeing how all of our different personalities got together exceptionally well. Saying goodbye and realizing time was coming to and end was so unreal. Prior to the trip I was hesitant and not sure about wether I would enjoy the trip. In the end it was the complete opposite. After dinner we went back and a few of us packed our bags and went to explore Geneva one last time before departing early in the morning. The airport ...
... Mike and I went for a walk around the village and it was one of the cutest places I have ever been too. I loved the little stream/ river the went through the middle of the village.
We walked around a little until we went back to the group to get ready for lunch.
We waited with everyone by the cable cars until it was time to walk to the restaurant with the others.
When we were walking to the restaurant, we walked throught the ...
... It was probably one of my favorite views we had seen the whole trip. I was amazing to be on the edge of the mountain and almost thrilling because I felt as though the bus could fall. It was so pretty to see the gardens on the mountains. It was a cloudy day so we could not see the other side of the lake but it was still an amazing view.
We stopped to eat lunch in the town the Nestle headquarters was in. When we go to the town center it was so beautiful and cute. There ...
... good. I was a big fan of the hazelnut one! When we got to the store I knew I wanted to get some for my family.
After I went to the store I sat outside for a little bit. I thought it was beautiful outside sitting in the sunlight. It felt like such a beautiful spring day and I thought the old factory looked really cool from were I was sitting.
We went back on the bus to go back to the hotel. When we were dropped off we still had a little walk to ...
... br> We all did the walk of shame, laughing about our pathetic attempt to get into this nightclub, while I was secretly relieved that no one made it in. As much as I'd love to see a man drink another's man urine (keep in mind, I'm using the least graphic example of the things that go on there), beer and whiskey at a dive bar sounded way better to me.
Most of the group, disappointed and rejected, decided to call it a night at 3:30 am and go back to the hostel.