Residence Studio Geneve Centre
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... the mountain side we were staying on. The bus was quick and easy and the cable car too, although Dina hates the swinging of it. We then walked the 50 meters to our bed and breakfast that I had booked as the sun concluded its decent behind the mountain. A lovely lady in the hostel greeted us and we quickly placed our bags in the overly small dorm room with no bad bases(luckily we were the only 2 in the 8 bed room that was just an attic). Once the bags were down we headed outside ...
... our seats to Business Class at a reduced rate. I jumped on the chance, and while I had planned to surprise K, I ended up telling her before we left Washington.
We were both rather comatose as we showered and got ready to leave the hotel. Our bags, including the wine suitcase, were all closed and ready to go from the night before. We ended up with 14 bottles of wine (12 in the carrier), and one of vermouth; we somehow managed to squeeze the ...
Today is our wedding anniversary. It's hard to believe it's been four years. So much has happened since than. It feels like just yesterday but when I look around I know that's not possible because so much as changed.
It's funny something I noticed quite quickly cards aren't really big here. There's no Hallmark or Carlton Cards. You can find cards but not a lot of options. ...
... at least a row machine and Elliptical machine. Like I said it was cornered off but I will definitely be going back to check it out. I guess it's a great idea you can exercise while your kid plays. Those Swiss they think of everything!
Riley's so funny. He played in the sand and than after a while he just started walking around like he always does. The poor girl with us just wanted to play with him and he had no interest in it at all! The poor girl just followed him around as ...
background of the alps. Tiny, tiny planes.
Ok, back to the Red Cross Museum. There was a game where you
tapped on different people to help rescue an island from a
hurricane. I was playing along side two girls, no idea who
they were, and we only saved 70 people.
I don't know how ...