Chalet St Georges
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... to be able to relive again in life. The Alps were beautiful and our friends made it even better. The cable car was interesting and somewhat wobbly. We stopped at the middle of the mountain and took pictures while observing the view. I have to say that the selfie stick surprisingly went a long way here. Following a few of us went to the cable cart and to the top. The views got even better and were again astonishingly ...
... served all the ladies first.
Everyone said a little bit about their time on the trip and I talked about how I loved the experience, the people, and the food.
When we got back to the hotel a hung out for a little bit and then stood up writing a paper for another class, because I knew that if I was tired I would sleep on the plane. I went to bed for an hour then when I woke up I took a quick shower, packed quickly, and went down stairs to eat.
... went to the lobby of the WTO and went to the bathroom. When we went to the bathroom we had to go downstairs. I wondered how a handicap person would be able to use this bathroom. I guess America has different standards for handicaps then other countries.
We took a picture infront of the WTO before we left to get on the bus.
When we got on the bus it was my time to take a nap. I feel asleep very quickly. When I woke up I was surrounded by beautiful mountains and a ...
... br> many people did (and did). It wasn’t quite like that tonight being summer, but I
reckon there were more well groomed women parading past me than I’ve seen
anywhere outside of Paris or New York. Many of them were simply out walking
their dogs. Wow; I wonder how they dress when they go out somewhere serious. I stayed
for dinner and it made for a very pleasant people watching evening.
... and I slept with the window open both nights, even though the temperature dropped below zero.
I left the hotel and wandered out to get my bearings, walking through a very small Christmas market at the top of Rue du Mont Blanc, and continued down to Pont Mont Blanc, for a view of Lake Geneva by night – and the resident swans.
I crossed a smaller bridge to the right, Pont des Bergues, and ...