Residence le Royal
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- Swimming pool
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... seeing how all of our different personalities got together exceptionally well. Saying goodbye and realizing time was coming to and end was so unreal. Prior to the trip I was hesitant and not sure about wether I would enjoy the trip. In the end it was the complete opposite. After dinner we went back and a few of us packed our bags and went to explore Geneva one last time before departing early in the morning. The airport ...
... nervous to go on.
Waiting on line seeing everyone bundled up I worried if I was wearing enough layers. I did not pack a heavy coat and I worried at this moment if I would regret that.
When we got on the cable car it was different then I expected. We all just stood in this small glass cube. When I got on the cable car I heard the people next to me have American accents. I asked them if they were from America and it turn out that they ...
... we were able to see the lake and the mountains. It was an amazing view. We all got ideas at the front desk and were able to go inside. We took the esculator up the tall building to the top floor. The view got even better.
When we were upstairs the first tour we had was of the DAT room. This place was soo cool. I am a marketing major so all the social media and PR talked was really cool to hear about. I loved seeing how everyone worked together to brainstorm new ideas. I ...
... boots and slightly lean forward. Stopping requires the skis to be pointed towards one another and your heels to be pushed out to form a wedge with an open point. After these helpful tips, we climbed onto the chairlift to the peak of the mountain, admiring the picturesque mountains. We were first time skiers and the action of skiing was terrifying yet thrilling. We tumbled multiple times, but got back ...
... most demanding portion of this trip, already exhausted.
She did a load of laundry while I found a grocery store and bought us each a small salad (hers with tuna and mine with goat cheese), and a camembert, baguette and a bottle of Bordeaux to share. We will both turn in early tonight. If all goes as planned tomorrow, we will rest and I will record some video of and around Geneva to have available as background video in our church media ...