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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... they have made us the envy of rue Muzy. Crazy things that the Swiss apparently don't eat: brown sugar, black beans, "mexican" cheese, the list continues...
Last weekend I had Friday off again, and so a few of us went to Lausanne for the day. Lausanne is a college town on Lake Geneva, 40 minutes away by train. We went with no game plan, and the desire to spend as little money as possible. When we got there, we ended up just ...
... projects at CUTS International, doing research, organizing events, going to meetings, and learning about trade policy advocacy. I'm a little intimidated, but pretty excited! Here's their website if anyone wants ore information: http://www.cuts-geneva.org.
Fun fact: I went to the UN on Thursday for a special UN Library talk. I won't bore you with the details, but the most important take aways are: 1) I got a temporary official badge 2) ...
... where there is a huge market. Carouge was a really nice area, some call it more bohemian, definitely less of a big city feel and more quaint charm. Part of my walk took me along the river. While listening to the rushing water, I paused and had one of those "ah-ha" moments as I watched the way the river flows around the rocks. Life is like a river. If we think of ourselves as the water, and life’s many obstacles and challenges as ...
... a little area at the airport, laid down our beach towel and attempted to sleep. Unfortunately they turn the heaters off at night and it got freezing! The floor was like tiles and although we laid on towels the cold came through them and even hugging all night we didn't sleep much because of the cold. AND it wasn't until the next day that we remembered I had a sleeping bag the whole time which would have made things a lot more ...
... food items (oil, herbs, pasta cans…) and household products. On the way back my bag was heavy as hell. However, I went to the Migros (local Tesco) across the street for veggies and bread.
Second thing to do: IKEA! Well, yes it’s the only place where to find affordable furniture (other than second hand of course). But Emilie had her dad’s car today so I could buy big stuffs and not struggle to carry them. So I got a ...