Le Bois du Seigneur
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... 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, ...
... that there is a national day of mourning in France today for those that were killed in a terrorist attack in Paris. Twelve people were killed. A policeman also was shot in a different village. Very sad. The news tonight was very focussed on it.
Back in the apartment, Daddy took Brody and Marni back to the pool again and into the steam room. I started to get us ready for our flight home tomorrow and made our own vin chaud.
... Col De Voza, one of the mountains in Les Houches. It was a pretty awesome view from the top, with ski slopes and lifts everywhere, it was great to see what it looks like before the snow covers it completely. We have met some lovely people here and have spent some time bar and restaurant hopping around town. Shopping has also kept us busy, we have been able to get all the last little pieces of snow gear that will keep us warm and dry over the winter. ...
... the question in the same way. "No English eh!. Is that what it is? Maybe you can help?" he said, looking at me. I was rather irritated by this man so spoke to the stallholder. "Combien le kilometres a des Alpes?" He nodded understanding and answered in English, "About ten kilometres. In France" "Ten kilometres eh! In France you say. Is that France? I thought we were in Switzerland. Is France that close? Ten kilometres then. How much is that in miles? Ten kilometres to the Alps. ...