L'Ermitage de Bernard Ravet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... special about this program. Undoubtedly the Swiss Summer University Program is the best experience that I have had as a student and will always be cherish able moment when I look back at my student carrier. A wonderful opportunity provided by the PES and a special thanks to Prof. Gowri Srinivasa without whom all this would have been just a dream for me.
Hope that this attempt of mine to share my experience about the entire Summer University Program kept you interested throughout. ...
Lots of mixed emotions going on right now, ranging from excitement about what's ahead, to nostalgia about what we're about to leave behind.
What has become clearer than ever over the past few months is that we can safely say to have the most amazing family, friends and colleagues, and we feel very grateful for the many special moments, words of encouragement ...
... pencils for Nolan's and a bib, stuffed plane and little box puzzle for E)! We landed in Madrid about 8pm, got our bags and headed to the metro. We realized later that we took the train when we were going to the airport because it was a straight shot but that was a month ago and we had forgotten! The last train leaving from the station in Madrid was at 9:50pm and we have to get the ticket at least 10 mins before. Well we got to the train station at 9:40 and Shane ran to get our ...
So we initially we're going to leave Murren yesterday (the 9th) and stay in Lausanne for two nights with a day trip to Chateau de Chillon but changed our minds. We wanted to spend one more day in Murren so decided to just stay in Montreux (closer to the chateau). Random story- this morning at breakfast in our hotel, we started talking to a gentlemen sitting next to us. He overheard Nolan's Spanish and wanted to know ...
... customer service centres, vaccinations and doctor's visits, deciphering insurance policies, paying the Lausanne commune a fortune for attestations and copies of attestations that apparently other branches of the commune will need, basically studying for a degree in social security law for expatriates, trying to get different offices to talk to each other, learning to curse in ...