Park Inn by Radisson Lully
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Travel Blogs from Lully
... made it sound like The Hangover so we thought it’d be a bit of a laugh. It really really wasn’t! I know that the French pride themselves on their cinema, and maybe I’m been an uncultured retard here, but I truly don’t get what goes on in their brains. This movie was creepy in the ‘ew yuck that guys a sleaze’ kinda way, and wasn’t particularly funny (and if it was, it was in a cringe/awkward way). However, it was ...
... game but apparently the Swiss will support any side that is playing against Germany. The Germans are a bit snobby you see.
We had a great time in Switzerland, and I would love to return sometime to partake in the plethora of outdoor activities including white-water rafting, mountain hiking, biking and lake kayaking. You see more of a country with locals and we owe a great debt to Ruth and Thomas for their kind and generous hospitality - danke schon and tschuelli!
... leaving Evian to Geneva. After a long walk to the station, the service counter lady told us the next train will be at 3pm and we wont be able to make it cause it will be too late to reach when we reach Geneva. Disappointed that our planning kind of fail. So we decided to walked around the area cause all the shop and information counter are closed and we have no way or mean to get to the spring. So we continued to walk by the sea side towards the port so we can take train ...
... us a glimpse of Switzerland in the eyes of someone living there.
We met Marin and Sabine in their house after we got out of our hotel Novtel. We planned with them if we should go to a lake. When we got to the lake we got out of the car. We walked a little. First it was really cold then I swam a lot. I threw sticks in the water.
The past few days have been pretty much all work. The training is going well but it's far from entertaining. Our teacher is this woman from Germany who I have nicknamed "Das Furher". She is very serious. She has this "You vill lissen to vaht I teach and you vill learn it." type of personality. Actually she's OK once you come to the realization that it's just a cultural thing. I made it a point ...