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... of the best parts were being able to view the solar eclipse on The Alps 12000 feet above ground. This can not really be described, I am thankful as many people do not get to say they had the opportunity of doing this. In the beggining it was really cold and a bit difficult to breathe. Shortly after adjusting to the climate it got much better. After enjoying our time on top we went to the cable car and to ...
60; This was the second best day of our trip. Personally this was my favorite site visit day and learning trip. Started off the day with breakfast in the hotel lobby and headed on to our bus for the journey ahead. We proceeded to the World Trade Organization, for our first site visit of they day. The security of this organization was very high (of course). The building and atmosphere was great. ...
... and shake it for three minutes. Well I decided I would try it but when I opened up the drink it was cold chocolate water. I decided that I would not drink it and threw it away.
On to buying socks
I went to the store at it was so cute. It has some awesome souvenirs. I went to go get socks. The only had kids sizes and men sizes so I decided to get the kid size. When I put on the socks the were a little tight,but that was also keeping ...
... grab food to eat for breakfast. Then walked downstairs to go to the lobby.
We walked to the bus which was parked outside the hotel. When I got on the bus I quickly ate the breakfast I picked up for myself. The drive to the World Trade Center was very short. When we got to the trade center we had to go through sercurity. We also had to show our passport in exchange for an id. Once we got in the gate we had to wait for our tour guide who was running late.
... 40 minute run around town. We did part of the walking tour (not very interesting) then rode the "train" to see the sights. It was a good way to see the core of the town, but the French-only narration wasn't very helpful. By the time the "train" reached the end of its run outside the casino (and beside the ferry dock), we'd had enough, got on board the ferry and dosed during the crossing. Home for supper, euchre and a little ...