Hotel de la Nouvelle Couronne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... have already dipped into the wine) before crashing. We have a full day of Orientation and then a scavenger hunt tomorrow, so we are starting right into the hustle and bustle.
It's weird to be here. And weird to think about how this is where I'll be for the next four months. But I'm sure as classes start and I start finding a routine, it will all start to feel quite normal. I just hope I get a little bit better at French...
... looking forward to the next with planning and mundane ordering etc, and looking after people who can't look after themselves.
Well that seems to be our lot at the moment. The jury is still out on whether we will stay the season or not.This week coming we have our first group of just adults, no dietary requirements (normal food) and about our age. Cant wait.
Apologises for the quality of some of the photos, taken on the phone. Cheers just now. Oh pardon me, ...
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. ...
... alps on a beautiful lake. I guess if you could take Wanaka to France, full it up with people and throw a little french flare to it you have Annecy. A great little lunch stop, but actually not somewhere we felt like spending too long given the crowds.
Our arrival to the Swiss border was an anticlimax, and in fact we didn't realise we had crossed the border for 10 minutes, although had ...
... haha). We have also bought presents for all three grandchildren. We continue to indulge in local beers on our travels and had the chore of carrying ten bottles back along with a kilo of cherries for dessert. We returned later to buy cakes for dessert as the cherries seemed far too wholesome! We also found a free exhibition in town at the Arsenal (a museum) consisting of a ...