Premiere Classe Annemasse - Gaillard
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The inevitable homesickness has started to make its way into view. I knew this would happen as I settled down and the excitement of being in Europe wears off. Its still no fun no matter how much you prepare for it. So, to try to bat it off... I cleaned! I cleaned for a few hours and then when Marko got home from school he could tell I wasn't feeling my normal happy self.
So after a few minutes of wallowing, I realized I had to do something about it because I ...
... place. This is kind of huge for me because I feel like it frees me to live the life I want wherever I want and I don't have to go somewhere specific to achieve that - so liberating! I realize the lifestyle I want is something I can create for myself, not something a place creates for me.
Quote for the day:
"I'm not going to try to be cool. Forget being cool. I'm going to be honest."
- Beyoncé Knowles-Carter
... the world!!! I do know whats happening on Facebook though - now that is not a good admission to make.
I think these lounges that you pay for are great if you have lots of time and need to hang around airports, they have comfortable chairs, drinks, snacks, TV & newspapers. People come and go and we are still here. Calling flight LX2815 to Zurich we are on our way..........
Our last couple of days in France were wonderfully spent with Nicolas & Elodie and their families. We had a lovely dinner with them in Annecy the night we flew back from Dubrovnik, funny how everything in France is familiar, we had got use to all the systems, the language etc.
Sunday was spent at Nicolas parents who cooked and great BBQ lunch and I learnt a new ...
... br> center.
As in most big cities the traffic was a challenge and we
took our lives in our hands to bring central Geneva to our readers. Corinne
nearly got run over by a car and I found myself at one time being chased down
the street by not just one, but two busses. Reminded me of the “Running of the
Bulls” held in Pamplona, Spain every year. Very scary for Mtunzini residents.