Premiere Classe Annemasse - Gaillard
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I know it's been a while since I've posted, but have no fear, I am not one of the unfortunate 8 souls who died last weekend from an avalanche in the surrounding areas. True stat. I haven't done any crazy traveling the past two weeks, but I have visited some pretty cool places that I can fill y'all in on!
Classes have been progressing as normal, and everyone is settling more into the routine now. The best part about this so far has ...
... Family is such a funny thing - it really is what you make of it. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to come here and spend time with them, to learn french and be able to better stay in touch now.
I think the pictures from today tell the story best ;-)
Words for the Day:
"Do not spoil what you have by desiring what you have not; remember that what you now have was once among the things only hoped for." - Epicurious
... a decision I was hoping everyone would lean towards. As the night went on, we started talking about politics, faith, and history. Where was I? I felt like I was finally meeting people who shared my interests, being in Berlin for the same reasons. Appreciation of history, different cultures, and life experience.
I spoke to Adam quite a bit that night, discovering that we had very similar pasts, only on opposite sides of the world. I felt like I had made my first ...
... and hold the interview there. It was pretty neat! What I will share about the program today has to do with the Zurich Metropolitan Witnessing Program. I don't consider this a spoiler as it was part of a talk highlighting the preaching of the good news in Switzerland, and I think you'll find it really encouraging. The brothers here have set up information stands at a famous and crowded street in Zurich known as the Bahnhofstrasse. It is a major tourist attraction, ...
... well. I conversed with Juliana’s family in French, and even got to show off my extremely limited Portuguese skills – Bom dia! Como voce esta? Obrigado! Eu nao falo Portugues! – etc. It was quite interesting to talk to Juliana’s family, as they are quite an extraordinary group of people. We talked about everything from the differences between Brazil, Switzerland and Canada to football (soccer), music and Swiss Politics. I didn’t end ...