Hotel Chalet de l'Isere
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... trip review: We all really enjoyed ourselves and are thankful that nothing went wrong. In my opinion, I really liked Italy and can even picture myself living there. Mom said she really liked the trip but is ready to go home. We all agreed that it would be nice to rent a place for a week or so, just to be able to cook ourselves and not go out as much (we find that tiring). Lake Como would be the perfect spot. The country side of Italy is a ...
... the rain soaked us for half of it. On a side note, I was bending down earlier in the day to get something from under the bed and my pants ripped. My only pair of pants. Dang it. I sewed them but I have no idea how long that fix will work. Guess I'm not losing any weight on this trip.
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# of cities: 20
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... It's a small but beautiful campus right on the coast of the Mediterranean. The dorms are super nice and better than what I expected. I am in a triple room with two other girls from my study abroad group. Brunch was delicious this morning: cereal, croissant, yogurt, ham,bacon, eggs, pineapple, and grapefruit or pineapple juice. The courtyard is a fun place to hang out with picnic tables and palm trees. I am trying to adjust to the climate of the French Rivera. It is ...
... spurred me into action. I headed out to find some food. By now it was dark, and I walked up a block or so and found a Russian market. It seems there are Russian markets on every side street everywhere in the world, or maybe it's just the places I visit. They had eggs and juice, and lots of refrigerated Russian things that I wasn't sure of. I settled for the eggs and juice. Tomorrow I would find a real grocery store. But, when I got back to the apartment, I noticed an ...
... more catch up at a gorgeous brasserie.
A walk up the hill to Gil and Leslee's unit. It has the best view of the town and the harbour from the balcony, which we enjoyed while our clothes were in the drier.
A great shame about the weather as Antibes is a prettier town than Nice, with great views, walks and sights. Maybe next time.
The rain continues....