Kyriad Voiron Chartreuse
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This entry by Tom.
After breakfast at the hotel, which was the usual continental breakfast plus a hot tray of little sausages, crepes and eggs (but you wouldn't want to eat the eggs), we gathering at the van as planned at 8am--or at least we tried to. There were a bunch of first-morning stragglers dealing with bike issues, packing issues …
... pastries are the way to my heart. I did notice that in this situation there was a high level of hierarchy. The presenter and his assistant were not as friendly as in FexEx. There was a clear distinction about everyone's role. After an interesting and informative presentation it was finally time for the tour, woohoo! Unfortunately my shoes didn't cover ALL of my foot, but luckily BD is a very prepared company. They had shoes for us! My shoes were ...
... they produce are made. We had to wear lab coats, protective eye glasses, ear plugs, hair nets, and for anyone with facial hair, a net for that as well. Having never been in a factory before, I was pretty fascinated by the work being done in there. The syringes were mostly made by machines. The automation of these machines and the complexity of them was amazing. We got ...
Another day starts another adventure! We woke up early this morning to allow ourselves ample time to go shopping in Lyon. I had plans to purchase either a spring jacket or button down shirt, but I did not find anything that I really liked. Even though this was in the touristy section of France, the prices were not too unbearable. As we were about to head back to the hotel to board the bus for Grenoble, ...
... manufacturing of syringes. We then went to the CEFAM offices to meet some of the officials there and then walked down the street for the reception with some of the CEFAM students. This was a nice little outing were we could all have a glass of wife and get to know each other and tell stories about what we have done so far.