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We ended up getting to the hotel at about 8 PM, so didn't have time to go back into town for dinner and to see the city. It was a bit of a bugger considering we won't have time tomorrow as we are at CERN all day. Instead, we went next door to a nice Italian place. I had an awesome risotto, and many of the others got other fantastic looking pasta dishes and pizzas.
... to not only revive the games, but ultimately wanted to change the way of the world through sport. It was incredibly inspiring to see.
The children really enjoyed themselves, listening to the various displays, looking, touching and feeling the different items, and even being able to be interactive with the various Olympic torches over time. It was truly magical.
Our time drew to an end all to quickly and we headed back to our little abode in ...
... It was put into perspective, somewhat, when we read that a basic meal at McDonald's would cost $14. (Switzerland uses Swiss Francs, fairly close to the U.S. dollar in value. Less than a Euro.)
Tuesday found us wandering across town to the Carrouges section of Geneva, across l'Arve River, a quaint, arty neighborhood. I bought a hat, Tamar bought a rock and we had a nice lunch. There was a reception for Mike's conference Tuesday evening at the top of ...
Sorry everyone, we will fill you in on our time in Ireland/Scotland in abridged versions in a separate blog. We were enjoying spending time with our family and also had long days and short nights- which did not allow for much blogging time. After visiting the Royal Yacht Britannia we were escorted to the airport by the family where we once again said our goodbyes before continuing on to Switzerland. We had lunch at ...
... There was even a watch there that acts out the story of when Moses hit the rock, and water came out of it. It was really interesting to see! They also had videos throughout the floors that showed through 3D animation exactly how the mechanisms of the clock worked. One of the coolest things they had there was "The Most Complicated Watch in the World." This watch has 1,728 components in total, including a thermometer and a star ...
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