Sagitta Swiss Quality Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... different department of WHO who wanted to see Winnie's pictures from Sierra Leone that she could use for training. The pictures Winnie took are amazing, and so are the stories that accompany them. She was there for 3 months, and she told us all about the reaction of the public, how they trained local medical officials to set up clinics, "green" vs "red" zone procedures, and survivor stories. It was so interesting to see, and I am so grateful ...
... aiming towards the shopping district. Our bodies were telling us that it was not the Greek Islands anymore and we were darn cold so it was time for a bit of a wardrobe update.
A couple of hours of shopping along the pretty streets of Geneva and our tummies were starting to rumble. Whilst on our journey we had spotted a nice looking place where we returned to delight in a couple of local beers along with a traditional Swiss meal which was like ...
I’ve also been hearing more expectations about Americans, which has been quite interesting. Many of the international students consider us to be party animals, and I’ve had at least 5 or 6 people ask me about Spring Break – somewhat of a foreign concept to them! I’ve also been dispelling more impressions of the French that I have. During a class break one day, I went to get a drink with some of the French students and they ended up buying two ...
... and it was nice. HR Giger was the lead of the special effects team for the movie Alien. He either bought the whole town or the castle, because he houses his Alien exhibit here. It was more to see the Alien exhibit than to see the castle, shame. We saw the castle and it was awesome. It was very large and had a great garden. We could see the smaller mountains of the Swiss Alps around us. We left after this to head ...
... but the tickets we purchased would only get us that far. We knew that the hotel was about a mile from the border so we figured a taxi would be possible.
We found our train and listened to the violinist and pianist play on our way to the border. This was the second time that there was live music on a metro we had been on. The first was a group of men playing the accordions on the trains in Paris. This was nice until they come around asking for ...