La Reserve Geneve Hotel & Spa
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There are 57 people in my program, participating in Physics, Public Health, or International Relations (that's me) internships and classes. So, the majority of us, and all of our luggage, were picked up at the airport and brought back to "Muzy," our home away from home. We got to drive past the UN!! Anywho, we live in doubles and triples, each with out own attached bathroom. Each floor has its ...
... rusty, especially with my listening/comprehension skills - everyone speaks so quickly! - but I've been able to make myself understood all day, at grocery stores and patisseries and train stations alike. I'm looking forward to improving, and especially to my ears catching up with my mouth.
Tomorrow begins orientation, so I'll be visiting the campus (about thirty minutes away from the dorms, just outside the city) for the first time ...
... 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 ...
... the domain in 1905 and began the construction of the Chateau in 1907 in memory of her sister Violet who had died in her early 20s. The Chateau was finished in 1913.
She married an Indian man, Assan Farid Dina, who planned and developed the gardens and built the chapel in 1917. He wanted to develop tourism for the area and from the end of the first World War he financed an electric program in the Cruseilles area and ...
... the bits I saw, there was a greater quietude, a more gentle relationship with each other. There are still horns but nowhere near as often. There is not so much need to grab the spot, or speed through intersections. I strolled along the terrace alongside Lake Geneva for a couple of hours. The day was warm and dry. The lake was still. Sailing boats were gently bobbing up and down in the wake of passing ferries. Families and friends were out for walks with dogs and prams, on ...