Ibis Lausanne Centre
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... go. I know it will be difficult to leave my boyfriend and family but I'm so excited to meet new people, to see a new country and live this amazing adventure through journalism.
See you tomorrow at my Frankfort' stopover.
In five days, I'll be leaving Geneva for an amazing adventure. This week is going to be busy, because I still have to do a lot before the departure.
I did already all my paperwork for the travelling, my vaccines are all done and my luggages are almost ready too.
Now, I have to read a lot about South Africa and the history about Cap Town, to be able to write good articles when I'll be there.
... Miserables fame). Incidentally, Besancon is also noted as a major influence in horology and the manufacture of electric bicycles.
A few words about French cuisine. First, it doesn't exist at breakfast time. I quickly tired of the daily morning diet of pain et confiture, confiture et pain, ad nauseum.
One of the good things about having to stay in more expensive hotel accommodation was the likelihood that you could tuck into a delicious bowl of cornflakes ...
... cheese and rich food I can consume in one week. However the fondue was lovely and I don't regret it one bit. The following day I was feeling a little lazy and when Kathy found me at lunch time still in my PJ she kicked me in to gear and took me into the city of Lausanne where I wander around for the rest of the day. The weather was overcast but I soon found Lausanne to be a very interesting or should I say a strange city with no consistent theme. ...
... s Tom Walsh did well in the Shot put but not the world qualifying distance he was hoping for. On the way back on train a young negro from Princeton University in New York struck up a conversation. On seeing my NZ cap he said that Julia Ratcliffe NZ's young star hammer thrower was on their team. He had a fantastic attitude to his athletics & study.