Hotel Fleur de Neige
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60; This was the second best day of our trip. Personally this was my favorite site visit day and learning trip. Started off the day with breakfast in the hotel lobby and headed on to our bus for the journey ahead. We proceeded to the World Trade Organization, for our first site visit of they day. The security of this organization was very high (of course). The building and atmosphere was great. ...
We got up at a good time this day and took the tour bus to the French Alps to Mont Blanc to go see Aguille du Midi. This was an open day where we could all go off and see and take pictures of what we wanted. I think this was the first time that a lot of the students where ever up so high at such an altitude and all were very excited. We then met up later on to have lunch in the city of Chamonix which is the city at the base ...
... that had of course very strict policies on pictures and devices which you can definitely expect. After this we traveled on the tour bus to Vevey Switzerland which was a very enjoyable ride where we traveled along the coastline and saw great sights of vineyards, mountains and coastal waters. We then had an opportunity to get our own lunch and have time to explore a bit of this coastal town. A student and ...
... that we kiwis do not expect is the busy busy sky above. On blue sky days there is a constant stream of vapour trails being laid across the sky above, in all directions. Common to see six to eight jets travelling to different locations at the same time.
Next it was down from the mountain and around the corner to the head of a valley near Samoens that is lined with rock walls some 2000m above the car park. WX a ...
... Yvoire has a castle, stone buildings and flowers and more flowers hanging from every wall in bursts of every colour, all in glorious condition for mid autumn. I read about this town and its Garden of Five Senses and really wanted to go there. It is divided into areas which appeal to the senses of sight (a blaze of pinks and purples), touch (every texture to feel from furry lambs ear plants to spiky and scratchy plants), taste (all edible ...