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... a spokesperson you have to be contracted as one). So instead of just grabbing coffee, Winnie invited me to spend the afternoon with her at the HQ in Geneva, and I obviously leaped at the chance. She showed me around the building, including the big UN-esque room, the "SHOC" (Strategic Health Operations Center) room, and where all the communications people (herself included) work. I then got to sit in on a meeting with her and another woman ...
... inside the UN buildings and heard Ambassadors, Deputy Commissioners and other high-ups discuss humanitarian aid efficacy and 3) there are peacocks that wander around the UN premises.
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I didn't have class on Friday, by some stroke of luck, so I wanted to make the most of it before assignments start racking up (and obviously before the internship). Thanks to ...
... working out far better than I could have ever anticipated. Interestingly enough, I think we actually complement each other really well and it has really made me appreciate some of her strengths that I never really saw before. Much more important than our work life, is our life as mother and daughter, which has bloomed into the most beautiful friendship. This woman is here for me in every way I could ever need and her company makes ...
... through the cobbled streets and by buildings erected long long ago. That being said, they were all well cared for with haute couture shops on the street level and apartments on the upper levels. There were a few squares with nice fountains and flowers but nothing that I would say was spectacular.
By 7:00 we were ready for dinner and took or hotel's suggestion of the Auberge de Savaise nearby and had a couple ...
... is full of ancient buildings, and stone streets, mostly pedestrian. We found an Italian restaurant with a terrace outdoors which allowed us to enjoy the pleasant weather. Marjolaine had a salad and I a mushroom pizza. Pizzas in Europe are almost always made the original Italian way: one pizza per person. They are larger than an individual pizza would be in the US, but the crust is thinner and the toppings are spread thinner too. In pizzerias, they are always cooked in ...