Ibis Archamps Porte de Geneve
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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 ...
... served all the ladies first.
Everyone said a little bit about their time on the trip and I talked about how I loved the experience, the people, and the food.
When we got back to the hotel a hung out for a little bit and then stood up writing a paper for another class, because I knew that if I was tired I would sleep on the plane. I went to bed for an hour then when I woke up I took a quick shower, packed quickly, and went down stairs to eat.
... 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 ...
... it was time to get ready for dinner I freshen up my face and meet my friends in the lobby. We decided to go to a chicken place for dinner. It was on the old city side and the streets were brick and beautiful. It was almost hard to find the resturant, like it was hidden on the side of street, but we looked out for it.
For dinner I ate a chicken ceasar salad with chicken on top. The chicken was sooo amazing. It was the best chicken I had ever eaten. ...
... situation. I don't remember when I began to cry, but my face was wet within the first minute of being in this dark, quiet city. I started to walk around to try to find a store, a gas station, anything that was lit and open. And warm.
I played over the moment my mother told me to bring another sweater, but I refused. I wish I listened. Because I was freezing.
I started walking and then noticed a neon sign that said "City Hotel." Perfect, I'm sure ...