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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... different department of WHO who wanted to see Winnie's pictures from Sierra Leone that she could use for training. The pictures Winnie took are amazing, and so are the stories that accompany them. She was there for 3 months, and she told us all about the reaction of the public, how they trained local medical officials to set up clinics, "green" vs "red" zone procedures, and survivor stories. It was so interesting to see, and I am so grateful ...
... of Aosta Valley and the mountains all around. There weren't any shops open during early afternoon, turns out italians can't live without siesta. Either way it was a great town and it might even be our next ski location. ...
I've been to a lot of ski towns in the Alps over the past five years and I must say the ski town of Chamonix was by far the best I've been to. I'm afraid I can't say the same thing about ski pistes. There were four ''domaines skiables'' and we haven't had time to explore all of them. So we decided to ski in Brevent Flegere and Les Grands Montets ...
It was a very cold but sunny day as Helen, John and I headed up to La Clusaz for our first day of snow sports. Unfortunately hundreds of others had the same intentions so there were queues at every turn, on the road, at the ski lift shop and to finally get onto the gondola to the top. but it was worth it.
Whilst some of the slopes could do with more snow, the skiing conditions were ...
... sisters. What was also interesting was that during the baptismal talk today, the brother actually interviewed three baptized servants of Jehovah! Each interview revealed an important lesson for the baptismal candidates: 1. The decisions we make have an impact on our sacred service. 2. You may face opposition, but do not allow that to slow you down. 3. Serve Jehovah out of love, not out of any sort of expectation. I thought it was a really nice way of getting important ...