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... the country for four months loomed in the background.
Thanks to the empty window seat next to me, I settled into my Swiss Air flight thinking I was going to get some sweet shut eye. Unfortunately, I was wide awake... BUT it just meant that I got super excited about all of the airplane food I got to eat (never underestimate a packaged brownie from Switzerland), and I watched Boyhood (which I hear won a Golden Globe) - ...
... arrives to get physical, we have been heading to bed to catch up on sleep. Fortunately its getting better now.
The chalet sleeps up to 12, over 5 bedrooms. We provide cooked and continental breakfast for 5 mornings of the 6 day stay, afternoon tea daily, and dinner 5 nights a week. 2 are 5 courses and 3 are 4 course, plus cheese board. Wine is served right through dinner, also Champagne on arrival and departure nights, and is included in the price. Its kind of ...
... be signing up for a temporary European cell phone. Fingers crossed that staying awake until 8pm tonight will take care of most of my jet lag...only 3 more hours until bedtime!
I'm looking forward to Thursday, and beginning the first of many long weekends, this one with my best friend. Meanwhile, I'll try to break out the black clothes and assimilate myself a little more into Swiss culture!
Surprise! Change of plans - I'm in Geneva now! Things never go exactly how we plan and there is nothing like traveling in a foreign country to teach you how to go with the flow. Long story short, I'm going to be staying in Geneva for the next week and a half before I head off on my next big, unexpected, and super exciting adventure...Israel!!!
I was greeted by the most excellent surprise yesterday. After sending a few texts ...
... come to the aid of any member nation attacked by another. Senators did not want to commit the US to that obligation, mindful of George Washington’s admonition to avoid foreign entanglements. Europeans often blame the lack of the US presence in the League as the reason it failed. But the US presence in the UN hasn’t prevented many wars.
In any event the League was a spectacular failure at keeping the peace. Less than twenty years after its ...