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... airport via the train. So easy and handy. And, as today is hot, hot, hot, I'm appreciating the AC. The weather this summer in Geneva has been amazing and the 35+ temperatures should be good prep for what's to come! Sad to leave home (and Craig). When I get back, summer will be ...
... up to us and we all struck out down the last 800metres through the lower forest and gorge. Never been so glad to get off the mountain, the walk was epic, and my thighs and calf muscles are still as sore as hell. It was overall a 3 1/2hr walk down. I did mention to my family that we could have taken the perfectly good train down the mountain.
... he didn't want to do. So it took us a while to get out of their. While we were playing in the pool I heard a siren. I didn't think much of it because obviously this isn't new but the helicopter I heard was. I've heard them but not like the sirens. All a sudden I realized it was landing in the park. At first I couldn't figure out why their was a helicopter landing in the park but than I realized their must have been an accident at the sand box. The sand box is close but not close enough ...
... very peaceful. It was funny shortly before him falling asleep two older German women got on. We have no clue what there were saying but it was obvious they were smitten with him. I wished I could speak German so I could say you think he is cute should have seen him 10 minutes before you got on!
It was perfect timing when he had his nap because most of this ride was along the Rein river. It was very beautiful could understand why cruises go through it, it was the ...
... stories from not only the
people who work for Red Cross but also where they have been.
Also, while I think of it. Genève is the only place I have
found where the airport is close enough to the city center
that it may as well be the central square.
It looks huge, but then you see the tiny ...