Clos des Sens
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I think we all needed to hear what she had to say as most of us had just found out that we had been rejected from the DOS for internships this summer (but more on that later). Of course, we swarmed her after the talk was over to ask her more questions, and she was very forthcoming. There are some pictures up on Facebook that I am tagged (proof!).
The students who are on the Public Health track here went to the WHO on Thursday, but ...
... mountains, and typical pretty French scenery. If our highways were created to easily facilitate a nuclear evacuation of cities, Switzerland's were made to get you places while enjoying the scenery, and France's were made to remind you what it felt like to travel by covered wagon. All windy roads and ENDLESS ROUND-ABOUTS (rotaries, whatever). Nonetheless, the drive was beautiful, and France and Switzerland - besides Geneva - are covered ...
... right out of a postcard, with route up the mountain stunning views as you ascend. I couldn't stop taking photos of the valley below as we slowly made our way up. Emmanuel was excited as well being on this cute little train and after about 20 minutes we'd reached the top (Montevers station).
There isn't much to do at the top, but we didn't have much time anyway before the last train left to go back down. The views were spectacular and we ...
... a day tripper ticket on the tram, as we were sure we'd be using it again tomorrow. The tram was fantastic, the stations well signed and the routes clearly marked inside - it was just 5 stops straight along. Once at the centre and the Apple shop located, we were lucky to get an appointment at the "Genius" bar in 20mins time. This gave us just enough time to grab a hot coffee before heading back to apple and holding our breath for a solution to ...
... I didn't take everything to Spain. Really need to sort it out....mmmm not tonight! I walk back into town, amazingly it's not freezing. Wander some more through the markets and see a very pretty light display on the mayors building then find a spot for dinner. A lot of the restaurants have closed up. I wander in to what I discover appears to be the pig restaurant as there are pigs of very description everywhere. I order ...