Hotel Mercure Grenoble President
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Today we left Monaco for Grenoble . The day started with a stop in Grasse. Grasse is the centre of perfume making in France. We visited Fragonard to see how perfume is made and then purchase. Bruce and I had been to Fragonard on a previous trip so this made it fairly simple to choose the perfume at the end that I might like to purchase - I chose …
... small syringe was so detailed. Who would have known?
After Grenoble we met up with our friends from CEFAM. The lounge bar we were at was very cool. Reminded me of the lounges back here in the US. The CEFAM students were so friendly and social. We left with our professors back to the hotel just to insure we didn't get lost.
It happened to be Saint Patrick's Day so we decided we wanted to celebrate! We went to the old town, which ...
Day 4 was a later departure time than most, so I decided to wake up at 7:30 and go for a run and a workout with one of my classmates. We were told of a small workout area not far from the hotel, just across the river. We went over there and got a nice workout in. It felt good to get some exercise because of the way we had been eating. After the workout we showered up and ...
... into some trouble. For some reason, we could not find our way back. It got to the point where we just started asking anyone we could find where the hotel was. We were scrambling and rushing because we thought the bus would leave without us. Luckily, Lloyd saw Sam, Vivian, and I, and we were able to board the bus. I have to say, BD was one of the most interesting sites I have visited. Everything was done ...
This is the one day we got to sleep in and had a drive to Grenoble, France where we would visit Becton Dickinson and get a presentation and tour of their one facility here. No phones or cameras were allowed so I couldn't get any pictures. None the less the visit was still very memorable as to where we were literally up close to ...