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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 ...
... and look very picturesque. In Annecy, we wandered around sans carte like genuine world travelers, and actually managed to do well on our own. We decided to opt out of sitting down to try raclettes, and instead went to a grocery store and bought the ingredients (potatoes and cheese) to make it at "home". After a crazy saga of getting home, involving the bus driver asking the riders for directions to Geneva, we made it back at 8pm, stuffed our ...
... br> with tourists and we decided that culture was really not so important after
all, and so we pushed on to our overnight stop at Martigny.
A big shop before the weekend was followed by spaghetti for
supper. One thing that I find interesting is that there are no shops that open
on a Sunday, so if you run out of food or alcohol over the weekend, you have a
... A large percentage of the economy is based on its huge international affairs. Every corner seemed to have a hotel for business trips. The second largest office of the United Nations, behind the headquarters building in New York, is located there in the Palace of Nations (original building of the League of Nations) and site of the Geneva Summit that attempted to bring peace to Europe after WWI. Nathan and I made a trip to see that after taking a water ...
... woke us up, fed us and made sure we got off on the right stop. It was about 3 hours of sleep on that train ride (train 4). We then hoofed it to our next 2 hour train ride into Geneva (train 5). And that is the incredibly easy, straight forward way we got from Nuremberg, Germany to Geneva, Switzerland. Along with that train ride went our regularly scheduled sleep in decently comfortable beds for who knows how long. Next up Geneva Day One. Love, ...