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... I think we all needed to hear what she had to say as most of us had just found out that we had been rejected from the DOS for internships this summer (but more on that later). Of course, we swarmed her after the talk was over to ask her more questions, and she was very forthcoming. There are some pictures up on Facebook that I am tagged (proof!).
The students who are on the Public Health track here went to the WHO on Thursday, but ...
... So I saw my first European castle, and it was awesome! I also learned more about how disgusting our forebears were (never showering for fear of getting sick), and how ridiculous their beliefs were (they thought if you slept laying down you would die). Most important lesson: Because hallways were not invented until the 18th century, most rooms led directly into each other, and so there was rarely any privacy time. If you were really ...
... city in France. We skirted Lyon, and then turned east toward the Alps, driving through the maquis or scrubland of the Ain Department. This area saw a great deal of very heroic resistance against the German occupier during WW2.
We finally came to the Jura Mountains just west of Geneva. The Jura gave their name to the Jurassic geologic period, so named by Alexander von Humboldt who “discovered” the period. If you ...
... The street light locations aren't always in the same place, so it was his job to spot the traffic lights. We arrived back at the hotel to pick up the girls and then head straight out to the Alps. The street in front of the hotel was very narrow, so I had to pull into the tiny parking space they had for loading / unloading. My first parking test was a total failure. I took out the posts that they had erected to mark the loading area. Oh well, it was just my ...
... br> minutes Nathan and I were squished into the Gondola with about 70
other people (they pack em tight). As the gondola took off we looked
at each other confidently and wondered what in the world the guide
was talking about. However when the gondola passed the first support
beam we understood what he meant as the entire gondola swung back and
forth several times eliciting “Olay”’s from the various
Italians in the gondola with us (it seemed to be an ...