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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 ...
Today I woke up and was really happy to know it was our last day in Europe. I really loved my trip, but I am ready to go home at this point.
I woke up got dress and put on some make up.
I went down stairs to eat some breakfast. Like usually I was one of the last people to eat breakfast so I had to grab something real quick to eat on the bus.
I followed everyone quickly down the stairs and headed to the bus the was parked infront of ...
... got fish and chips and I think they taste good but I ate my meal so fast I can not remember.
After we quickly paid the bill we ran back to the bus. I was happy to know with the time limit we had we made it to the bus a few minute early.
Unfortunately some others were running late but we were able to leave without leaving anyone behind.
When we drove up to the Nestle Headquarters I was in shoke by how nice the building was. When went inside there were windows ...
... though I am unable to eat chocolate, I loved every minute I spent inhaling the heavenly odor of this magnificent chocolate. Additionally, we were even able to sample the raw cocoa beans, chocolate powder, and oranges, hazelnuts and bars all covered in chocolate. Once we finally got back to the hotel, we finished off the night by having dinner at Chez Ma Cuisine, famous for its rotisserie chicken.
... the blinker on the bus made the noise of a truck backing up. I found this very odd and noticed in France that the bus made the normal blinker sound when the blinker was turned on. Another thing I noticed as soon as we got on the bus was that there were two stoplights for every corner with arrows in them (one of the lights pointed straight and the other pointed to either the left or the right) as well as the light changing from red to yellow to let you know the green is coming ...