Median Geneve Aeroport
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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 ...
... finally stopped I was not nervous anymore. When I walked out into the mountain I had alot of trouble breathing. I should have brought my inhalor!
My feet were so cold I had to go get some socks. I found it funny that there was a store and cafeteria on top of the mountain. I first went to the cafe to try to get some hot chocolate and a macaroon. When I asked for hot chocolate they gave me this can that cashier said was hot chocolate after I ...
... very needed. We went into the room were the GSC presentation was being held I was so amazed by how nice the room was. The presenter was so nice and gave a great presentation and answered everyone questions very well. I thought he was a really cool guy that cared about his family and also Nestle.
After visiting the Nestle factory I realized how big the brand was. It truly inspired me to one day work for the food industry.
When we got back on the bus I was so said to ...
... panoramic view from any vantage point gives impressive scenes of Paris stretching out below like a maze of roads and buildings. Of course it rained while we were at the top... Champs eylsees. Again the novelty of travelling was making trivial things interesting. Wondering through shops because a dangerous venture for me and I soon had many shirts from places like Zara, H&M, celio and if it wasn't for lack of time probably Levi's too. The car ride out of Paris was slow ...
... a follow up of chocolate fondue! We raced on to a small town called Broc to see the Cailler Chocolate factory..we nearly missed it because it was signposted Nestle. Karen and I did the tour and chocolate tasting YUMMM! whilst Ian walked Milo A long drive home..Karen went to bed before 8.. and we weren't much later..toast and vegemite for tea..oh and Ian had to try out the meringues that we bought at ...