Hotel Restaurant de l'Embarcadere
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... and the entire residence as a whole has two study rooms, a communal kitchen/common room in the basement, a laundry room, and some offices where the staff work. My roommate's name is Edwina: she's from NYC, NY, goes to BU, and is focusing on IR, like me.
The rest of the day was filled with settling in, unpacking, confirming our classes, getting a neighborhood tour, purchasing a "transports publics genevois" pass (which ...
I am pleased to report that after 13 hours of traveling (2 hours at airport before first flight, 1.5 hour flight, 5 hour layover, 8 hour flight, 1 hour at baggage claim, and a 0.5 hour bus ride), I am officially studying abroad in Geneva! My roommate, Nikki, is delightful and almost as drowsy from jet lag as I am. Our room is outfitted entirely in Ikea furniture/sheets/rolled up pillows. It's all very white with a few hints of black and gray. ...
... due to make up and sanitisers - all of which I also had in my handbag which made it through fine. They weren't helpful either. Roz and Rob went on with the kids for something to eat.
We met at the gate for a 6pm flight and then of course as we were queueing to get on the plane the movement stopped. MMMMMMM. We got on the plane, the kids ( and Matt and I) hadn't eaten, so chewed their way through most of the snacks that ...
... br> I think it was a mixture of fear and exhaustion, but tears began to freely stream down my face. This train was late too, I had only a number of minutes to transfer, and I'm sure Olten's station is even worse than this one. I was right.
I got to Olten's station which was bare, dank, and had only a few seats with a dirty underpass to switch sides. The train gods were on my side, because I had just caught the train to Bern as well, and jumped onto a giant dim ...
... when the next switchback would appear, or when a car (there were only a handful) might emerge from around a bend. I lost a lot of brake material today, and hit a maximum of only 52kph, which still felt pretty reckless at times.
When I finally reached the signed col, after having already gone up and over one range, the road up was both in better shape and not ...