Le Tilleul Hotel
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... for in French, which I don't speak), and grocery shopping (less French required, just "bonjour" and "merci"). I went on a little stroll along the lake with some other students, and we wandered through our neighborhood, seeing if we could get back on our own. There are so many bourgie stores near us: Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Dior, Hermes, etc. I have never seen so many watches in my life... Now everyone is just making dinner and hanging ...
... it should look new. We have lunch, but don't sit down for it. Usually finish about 11pm.
Monday we run about getting people into gear, lessons, and what ever else is required and try to sneak in a pizza for lunch in the village.
Tuesday is 'normal' and Wednesday is our day off. We get a sleep in and its turning into Date Night. Although I'm getting better at coming home with my date (and sober) fatigue usually means its otherwise uneventful.
The rest of the ...
... be signing up for a temporary European cell phone. Fingers crossed that staying awake until 8pm tonight will take care of most of my jet lag...only 3 more hours until bedtime!
I'm looking forward to Thursday, and beginning the first of many long weekends, this one with my best friend. Meanwhile, I'll try to break out the black clothes and assimilate myself a little more into Swiss culture!
... FROMAGE! It was almost wee-your-pants excitement, I swear. I learnt about the production of cheese from a cow’s nipple to the salted 35kg wheels. Here’s cheers for the free cheese! Of course I had to have the menu du jour comprising of super duper cheesy macaroni. I hate to say it but I was cheesed out. I couldn’t even eat the cheese for dessert. Biggest regret now! A food coma spread over me and I felt like I probably should’ve worn a ...
... have flown in from London – what timing! We’re able to cross the road to the hotel together. It seems ages since we were all in Estonia together but we quickly resume sight-seeing mode. After lunch we walk to the lake (it is so clear and blue), admire the geyser fountain (Canberra’s doesn’t compare in height) from afar and cross the bridge to the Old Town.
Our museum visit is interrupted ...