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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... been given the opportunity and sneak peak into the WHO world.
We finished off the week by hitting les bars, my first time ever... As the title gives away, we wandered bounced between a few different bars all with interesting names, and ended the night in a kebab shop at around 12:30, eating a wrap and watching Amityville Horror in French before walking back in the bise noire (black kiss - the cold cold wind that blows off of ...
... had to buy a new bag and explain that I didn't have smaller than 50 euro... in French. Which I still don't speak. "Pardon, pardon, merci beaucoup"
Luckily, I had a chance to redeem myself by going to Annecy, France for the afternoon. This is a super cute town about an hour away (by bus) that is particularly famous for its Vieille Ville (old city). The lake is also extremely beautiful (apparently they filter it) and is surrounded ...
... that the last time Mom and I were in Europe together was 20 years ago! I'm so excited to share a part of this journey with them. I'm especially grateful that Dad will be here for Aunt Paulette's 90th birthday party, which will essentially be a family reunion. I've never really experienced a family reunion with this side of my family and it would seem incomplete without him here with me. After the party, we are going down to ...
Title translated: I love to eat like the French! Yesterday, Loïs drove me to Paris where I took the train from Gare de Lyon to Genève. Tante Danielle (Aunt) and Oncle Jack (Uncle) met me at the train station and I am staying with them at their flat in Genève for a few days. I stayed with them the last two times I was in Europe (and possibly before that too) and have the fondest of memories of my times with them. One thing I always remember about them is that ...
After lunch we walked farther up into the old city so I could shoot some video and take photos for future use.
Then we walked back down to the lake and took the electric tourist train along the left bank to see the shore and the famous jet d’eau, the giant fountain which is the iconic symbol of Geneva. Set where the Rhone River flows out of Lake Geneva, a submerged pumping system shoots 500 litres (132 gallons) of water per ...