Hotel les Chalets
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... 3 girls were selected from the west campus.
Documents and flight ticket booking: Next step was to submit all the required documents like personal information and a passport details. We also had to get our visa done. So all 5 of us decided to meet at the travel agency “SONYS “ and decided about visa and other things. And once we received our official invitation for the Summer University Program, we booked our tickets. After ...
... floor dinners! We have the best floor by far, as apparently the other ones struggle with either 0 interaction, or passive aggressive notes posted on doors to "wash your dishes." Our floor always ends up cooking dinner at the same time, so we are quite social and typically hang out together with food, so we decided that once a week we would all pitch in potluck style for communal dinners. We've done breakfast for dinner and taco night so ...
... up some quintessential sights and tastes of Switzerland. The four of us were quite a sight walking through the downpour to the bus station this morning! I wish I could acces my photo for you, but I'm sure you can imagine: four Americans decked out in rain pants, four rain coats of black, orange, purple, and green, each of us carrying backpacks with pack covers in blue, green and black. At the laughable sight, Aaron and ...
... off. This morning we asked if our room could be swept or vacuumed while we were out to remove the insect carcasses. When we returned this evening we were told that we had been moved so that the previous room could be deep cleaned. I think either the language barrier or a Chinese whispers effect had led them to believe it was an insect problem not just that we let a whole load in by accident. So more bag packing, lugging and stairs stood in the way of some chilling out and ...
... of international bodies that make this a uniquely international city. We were met at the WCC by a Canadian Anglican staffer, Jean Gibaud, who escorted us into the beautiful chapel just inside the main entrance. It is such an original, uplifting space, punctuated by art of many ages and places -- from the iconic Jesus of the Eastern Orthodox tradition, ...