BEST WESTERN Porte du Sud de Geneve
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... of the best parts were being able to view the solar eclipse on The Alps 12000 feet above ground. This can not really be described, I am thankful as many people do not get to say they had the opportunity of doing this. In the beggining it was really cold and a bit difficult to breathe. Shortly after adjusting to the climate it got much better. After enjoying our time on top we went to the cable car and to ...
... nervous to go on.
Waiting on line seeing everyone bundled up I worried if I was wearing enough layers. I did not pack a heavy coat and I worried at this moment if I would regret that.
When we got on the cable car it was different then I expected. We all just stood in this small glass cube. When I got on the cable car I heard the people next to me have American accents. I asked them if they were from America and it turn out that they ...
... that this room was going to be occupied for a meeting so we had to move into another room.
When we got the meeting room that we were going to have the presentation on I thought it was a way better room because we had an amazing view of the river that I feel in love with. During the presentation it was really cool to learn about WTO. I found it interesting that Switzerland does not sell chocolate made from anywhere else but Switzerland.
When we were done with the ...
... there were two benches, and the street. *************.
I immediately started to panic. Of course, all I saw were men. Then I stepped outside the train station, and there were 0 stores open. Obviously, it's Switzerland, not New York. I literally had nowhere to go for the next four hours. I had to stay out here until 5 AM.
I started getting angry at myself for not checking the stations, only assuming, being so impulsive, and putting myself in a ...
... lower than the one on the nominal route (759m vs 864m); it also had steeper climbs, mostly on minor roads that were barely more than cart tracks. This was only a minor annoyance when ascending, but a problem for me when descending, since the rough patches, slimy conditions, and loose pebbles/rockfall suggested to me that braking often was a good idea, especially when you ...