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... for in French, which I don't speak), and grocery shopping (less French required, just "bonjour" and "merci"). I went on a little stroll along the lake with some other students, and we wandered through our neighborhood, seeing if we could get back on our own. There are so many bourgie stores near us: Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Dior, Hermes, etc. I have never seen so many watches in my life... Now everyone is just making dinner and hanging ...
... guests ready to depart. Yep, making sure they are packed, have returned hire gear and that they have car keys and passports etc for tomorrows journey. And we have to check again in the morning.
Sunday is transfer day. Guests out about 1030am, then the whole place has to be cleaned from top to bottom, 5 course dinner prepped, tables laid, afternoon tea laid out, before 4.30pm when the next lot arrive. The standard is there should be no trace of the previous lot when the ...
... 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 ...
... made salads, bircher muesli and what felt like a thousand varieties of cheese for sale (in addition to a whole department devoted to swiss chocolate).
We also visited the United Nations complex, including the room for the Human Rights Council, and the International Red Cross museum, which was very interesting and modern/creatively set out.
... The one I listened to was fascinating. When you look into the sky at the stars what you are actually seeing is how the stars would have looked thousands to millions to billions of years ago depending on how far away they are. Light takes time to travel, and some of the stars we see are so far away that we can only see them how they once were. One of the ideas behind CERN was that if you build a good enough telescope you might be able to see far enough to glimpse ...