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... Bise_noire_2005.jpg). Today, I plan to wander around the Old City, visit the big cathedral and it's archaeological dig, and relax before starting a research paper tomorrow. It's such an odd combination, the school/normal life with the exploring/try new things mindset.
Back to the DOS note, it is unfortunately that time of the application process where I wake up and receive more rejections from internships for the summer than ...
... are these not as prolific in the world as chocolate chip cookies!? Matthew didn't object when I suggested that we stockpile enough macaroons to carry us through the rest of our holiday.
Before departing for the rest of our itinerary, we walked along the lake and stopped over the Pont des Amours (Lover's Bridge) to take in the crisp beauty of the sheltered scenery. If this place was any indication, I could already tell that I was going to love the Alps!
... with your love, snuggling, napping and listening to the world go by.
We went back to the hotel, had a bit of a nap and than went for a walk to find dinner.I had Magret de Canard with tagliatelle (Duck breast and sort of thick spaghetti). It was okay. Hubby had Calzone and he said it was good. Other than that we were back at the hotel fairly early but not to sleep as hubby watched Die Hard in French on TV. It was so late by the time I fell asleep.
Today we woke up really hyper because of all that fizzy we had yesterday! When I found out that Ghana had drawn against Germany 2-2 last night in the soccer I was really happy because Ghana are my 2nd favourite team after Brazil, and Germany are my 2nd to last favourite team before Uruguay. Anyway before we left we had a play on the rope swing and played Yahtzee with dad and that was fun. We also Face ...
We woke up early today and took the train to Annecy in the Alps. It was a beautiful city, with an older area built around canals similar to Venice. Not much was open but we were able to get a couple of maps and do some exploring. We walked a lot and saw a beautiful hotel (see pictures) that looked like something out of a James Bond movie. It was ...