Holiday Inn Thoiry Geneva Airport
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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) - ...
... is a city deep in gray scale - the mist off the lake mutes most of the buildings to white or dull stone colors, and I have yet to see a local wearing anything but black. Even the other study abroad students seem to all be wearing black, while I am very warm but not particularly sleek or urban in my turquoise coat and cargo ski pants.
Bright side: I am one of the few study abroad students that I've met so far who speaks French! I'm ...
... 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.
... Boson last year, a long-time mysterious particle who's existence was known but never proven.
Basically, the particles are absorbed by a transparent lead-like substance. The force acting against the particle is known, and the time taken for it to stop is measured. They can then work out it's momentum. It ...
... when we dump our old computers on some poor country. We ourselves are desensitised to the trauma of such suffering, are disconnected from their reality and feel helpless to do something to make a difference. So what is the answer? Not sure, the fifth Buddhist mantra which talks about consumption is perhaps a good place to start. I was looking at this mantra from the perspective of the garbage (in terms of films, music, food) I feed my ...