Residence La Reserve
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... living in some dude's house with all of his stuff still here. It's right in the centre of Geneva which in our couple of days here seems to be a bit of a stiff place and not particularly friendly. It is a stunning setting on both sides of the lake with a very strong French architectural influence and lovely parks with lots of sculptures and art everywhere, similar to Lugano.
Unfortunately the bathroom scales worked in our new place ...
... evening I rejoined my new friends at the bar to enjoy some American Football aka The NFL ;-) I surprised myself when I was asked to explain the sport and how the whole league works – I don’t think I realized how much I knew about football! Lol. It was really nice to be able to just kick back with some friends and enjoy some sports and good conversation.
On Monday, I walked to Aunt Danielle and Uncle ...
... made me feel right at home. Phillip Ménard, a one-man-blues-band, performed all sorts of blues tunes, in English, that it caught me by surprise when he kept speaking in French in between the songs, lol. He was quite talented and it was really nice to get out, be a part of the local scene and hear some great music.
The apartment I'm staying in is quite cozy and my host is ...
... for NZ. We walked a bit along the lake front but soon realised we could do this all day and we wouldn't really get to see much of Geneva, so it was back into the car and into the old city. The fortifications for the city had been removed in 1850 as the town wanted it to be a open city as at that time there were only three entrances. However all the old buildings from this time are still standing and now it is very expensive ...
... I didn’t get to mingle much this time, as a huge group from the Ecumenical Center showed up! I met a new friend, Thomas from Austria. I don’t know what it is about Austrians, maybe it’s because they are very similar to Canadians, but I’ve never met someone from Austria who I didn’t get along with. I find they are a very open, polite and kind people. Chris from Michigan was there as well, as was Hayley from the UK, ...