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... s natural beauty 100% and tourism 60%. Lake Geneva is enormous and looks so pretty when the sun is shining and you can see all the boats, marinas, mountains surrounding the city, parks, water jet, and buildings in Old Town. The only downside was that nothing was open! My friend, Medha and I spent hours walking around and noticed most restaurants or tourist sites such as the ferries and cable car were closed (it was Tuesday afternoon!). We also tried to ...
... trip in September and visit the south of Spain.. ? As we drove into malaga, Paul and I realised that the week prior when we had visited this place on a cold windy winters day, that we had only seen one small part of the city. The area that we drove into today, on the east side was really nice and full of parks, water fountains and coast! Whoops, we really went to the wrong side of malaga last time! Pity we were leaving today. We stopped in at malaga for ...
... water birds..etc. We never got tired of playing & feeding them.
The weather wasn't so nice. It was cold and raining. It was difficult to look at map or use my mini to locate our position while raining. So it was the day that we got lost in the longest period....>"< Reading the name of road in French also increased the difficulty to figure out where I was. ...
After a delayed flight, a train ride, and trouble finding my hostel, it was late night by the time I got to my room. I took a shower and went straight to bed.
For my one day in Geneva, I woke up early to have breakfast and head out for the day. I walked around the city, saw the Saint Pierre Cathedral, Old Town, Place Nueva and the Jet d'Eau. Being a Monday in Europe, all the museums were closed, so I instead ...
So in Europe they have this little thing they call Football...this sport where they kick this synthetic leather ball around a big field and pretend to be hurt a whole lot more often then they actually are...but the strangest part about the whole thing is how not little it is...In fact it's a HUGE deal, and I have finally popped my european Football cherry and might possibly be hooked (although I'm not 100% sure what's going on ...
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