Chateau De Divonne
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... the country for four months loomed in the background.
Thanks to the empty window seat next to me, I settled into my Swiss Air flight thinking I was going to get some sweet shut eye. Unfortunately, I was wide awake... BUT it just meant that I got super excited about all of the airplane food I got to eat (never underestimate a packaged brownie from Switzerland), and I watched Boyhood (which I hear won a Golden Globe) - ...
... rusty, especially with my listening/comprehension skills - everyone speaks so quickly! - but I've been able to make myself understood all day, at grocery stores and patisseries and train stations alike. I'm looking forward to improving, and especially to my ears catching up with my mouth.
Tomorrow begins orientation, so I'll be visiting the campus (about thirty minutes away from the dorms, just outside the city) for the first time ...
... bought for the entire week on the slopes!! They were happy and pretty awesome on the flight and through the airports. We arrived late and took the shuttle over the border to France and stayed at the Novotel. Dinner was late and we didn't get the kids to bed until midnight. They were so amazed by the tiny patches of snow when we arrived, it made them very excited, so after dinner it took a little while to calm them down.
... the Jura and vineyards on our left. There was also some industry interspersed, particularly as we got closer to Lausanne. We arrived back this afternoon and had a nap before slowly getting ready for dinner. As it was a Michelin starred restaurant, we all dressed for the occasion (to the extent that our limited clothes allowed). At dinner the girls said 'bonsoir' and 'merci' very politely. There were other families with children there all behaving impeccably, and I explained ...
... br> I decided to get as close to the place due palais etc as I could. I followed a car down one particular road, but got whistled down by a police offier. She came over to me first in French, but after repeated in English. No access for me today.Not sure why. I had tried to follow a car down there. I dont think they are too bike friendly. I turned the bike around, allmost running over her lanky colleague, who must have been 6'8'', but a with a tiny head ?!?, ...