Premiere Classe Geneve-Saint Genis Pouilly
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... and it was very interesting seeing us get ready and waiting at the airport lobby with our group was also a memorable experience. Finally, this trip went by in the blink of an eye. I am very thankful and greatfull to have gone with a great group of individuals and make lifetime friends and connectins. Our group of the 22 people was a great group, with an excellent helpfull 2 professors, who could not have done a better job for ...
... New Jersey. They were a really cute family and the one little girl was very nervous to be on the cable car. I was nervous too, but sometimes when I see people nervous it oddly calms me down.
We got off the cable car and outside to the first half up the mountain. Outside was really slippery and there was not alot of places to go. The view was amazing though. It was crazy for me to be so high up. I loved looking out into the distance and ...
... rides on one side of the center for kids to play on. Alot of people were outside eatting lunch. There were alot of resturants and we quickly had to find a place to eat because we only had an hour to eat for lunch.
We found a really nice place on one of the side streets. It almost reminded me of a resturant that find near a beach. The waitress did not speak English so there was a little bit of a communication barrer but we tried our best to tell her that we needed to leave ...
... clock is cloaked in flowers. It wasn't any great shakes, and their were a zillion people there. We looked at the fountain in the lake, which spouts, reportedly, 7 tons of water in the air at any one time.
We window-shopped. There are some fabulous stores that only the rich and famous can purchase things at. They had every designer store imaginable.
We then found our way to the Cathedral of St-Pierre. This church was started in the ...
... but we could still choose our seats and spread out. We actually sat in awe of the beautiful picture postcard scenery..the alps, the snow, the houses and barns, the little covered bridges, icy streams and waterfalls, and lakes, trains and roads sharing small places between lakes and rocky mountains etc etc etc..I was heard to say that I wished the sky would clear completely so that be could see everything...but I know we were lucky to see all that ...