Hotel Les Lans
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... living in some dude's house with all of his stuff still here. It's right in the centre of Geneva which in our couple of days here seems to be a bit of a stiff place and not particularly friendly. It is a stunning setting on both sides of the lake with a very strong French architectural influence and lovely parks with lots of sculptures and art everywhere, similar to Lugano.
Unfortunately the bathroom scales worked in our new place ...
... getting ahead on work so that I won’t have to do too much work while I’m in Israel!
I haven’t mentioned much about my current host, Sandra. She has been such a gracious host and I have really enjoyed staying with her. Her flat was really well located for me and provided me with a kitchen so I could eat lots of nourishing foods. She was even so kind to let me extend my stay an extra night when my previous ...
Been taking it easy these past few days, catching up on some work and hunkering down as the weather has taken a drastic shift. On Monday I walked around Geneva for a couple of hours, spending some time by the lake and the iconic Jet d'Eau. It was the last real nice day here, I think. The lake is so beautiful, nestled between the mountains and the city. The fresh air and feeling of openness that ...
... over exploited coast, that from past experience has little to offer us, and take us inland.
Doing this has rewarded us with some of the best that Spain has to offer. Great mountain scenery, and some fantastic, old rural villages. There are also an amazing number of deserted farms with crumbling buildings. In the past these farms would have provided plenty of
local jobs, but today’s big farms mean less jobs, and nearly deserted rural towns. Unemployment here runs ...
... sometime soon. Luckily, I traveled this weekend with one other Butler student, Nathan. He lent me his phone for the call. It was great to "sit" at the Thanksgiving table and say high to some of my extended family from St. Louis, my grandpa, my sister, and parents on this special occasion. It was the quickest Thanksgiving gathering I had ever had, but it was way better than the alternative of having no form of contact (this would have been the case ...