Hotel le Drize
Travel Blogs from Carouge
... seeing how all of our different personalities got together exceptionally well. Saying goodbye and realizing time was coming to and end was so unreal. Prior to the trip I was hesitant and not sure about wether I would enjoy the trip. In the end it was the complete opposite. After dinner we went back and a few of us packed our bags and went to explore Geneva one last time before departing early in the morning. The airport ...
Today I woke up and was really happy to know it was our last day in Europe. I really loved my trip, but I am ready to go home at this point.
I woke up got dress and put on some make up.
I went down stairs to eat some breakfast. Like usually I was one of the last people to eat breakfast so I had to grab something real quick to eat on the bus.
I followed everyone quickly down the stairs and headed to the bus the was parked infront of ...
... rides on one side of the center for kids to play on. Alot of people were outside eatting lunch. There were alot of resturants and we quickly had to find a place to eat because we only had an hour to eat for lunch.
We found a really nice place on one of the side streets. It almost reminded me of a resturant that find near a beach. The waitress did not speak English so there was a little bit of a communication barrer but we tried our best to tell her that we needed to leave ...
... lots going on. The ground floor of the apartment is a restaurant with next door a curio antique type place with what I would describe as junk, Our block is full of eateries, fashion shops etc. I am told that the apartment is cheaper than most at 3000 swiss francs a month to rent (NZ$4000). Yes Switzerland is an expensive place to live. My friends have kept their house in London which they rent out.
When I ...
... father, who taught my mother so much about life. He was a man who loved nature, and I always enjoyed hearing his stories about fishing trips and camping. In the end there are no words that can describe the loss that this world has endured by his passing. There are no words that can truly sum up a man like him. There are no words. A time to laugh a time to weep The loss of my grandfather cast a shadow over the rest of the weekend. No matter what I did I could not ...
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10 - 12 Route des Jeunes, Carouge | 3 star hotelfrom $133
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