Le Rond Point d'Arbois
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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...
... for 7am. Empty dishwasher, set table for breakfast, pastries into the oven, serve breakfast, cooked as required, clean up, make a cake, clean communal areas, clean rooms, make beds, prep dinner, have lunch, maybe go for a ski or a walk for a few hours then back to cook dinner, clean up, head off to bed between 9pm and midnight depending on the goings on in the Chalet. Note that we haven't had much skiing as yet, due to weather and snow conditions, but also fatigue. When ...
... straight down too, with the odd turn! At the bottom this time we went to the La Cha restaurant which was much nicer that the one that we have been having lunch at, but we couldn't possible get there with Marni! We enjoyed another Vin Chaud, which was much better than the first and Brody had a hot chocolate and tasted his sucre block.
The weather was beautiful again today, late this afternoon, the clouds started to come ...
... of impact when the crash occurred, it was behind me, and the sound was horrific. But even worse the poor guy 200m back got sprayed with flying debris from the disintegrating motor bike. I pulled up to wait for Boston Rob, traffic was slowing and stopping everywhere and the marshals and safety personnel at the scene 100m back had jumped into action. We couldn't ride back against the traffic, nor cross over but we needed to ...
We arrived in Geneva by train from Stresa (about 3 hrs) after a wonderful ride through the Swiss countryside – mountains, snow, rivers and little villages. One surprising thing we saw was the amount of vineyards at the foot of the snow-topped mountains. Switzerland is not exactly known for producing wine but they certainly grow a lot and apparently drink most of it themselves so do not export a great deal.
Geneva has been disappointing. It ...