Zenitude Hotel & Residences Les Terrasses Du Lac
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsZenitude Hotel & Residences Les Terrasses Du Lac Évian-les-Bains
Wonderful place to stay. Lots of room. Staff were wonderful. Laundry was great
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... and the entire residence as a whole has two study rooms, a communal kitchen/common room in the basement, a laundry room, and some offices where the staff work. My roommate's name is Edwina: she's from NYC, NY, goes to BU, and is focusing on IR, like me.
The rest of the day was filled with settling in, unpacking, confirming our classes, getting a neighborhood tour, purchasing a "transports publics genevois" pass (which ...
... behind all this fitness is improving and fatigue is lessening.
Our current guests, 3 generations of the same family are teaching us about the various roles of Grand Parents with shitloads of money, and how they can really have too much input into the raising of the grandchildren. We wonder how the kids were conceived without instruction, and are sure that the grandees tut tut each night at the job the parents are doing with the little ones. Having said that the ...
... rusty, especially with my listening/comprehension skills - everyone speaks so quickly! - but I've been able to make myself understood all day, at grocery stores and patisseries and train stations alike. I'm looking forward to improving, and especially to my ears catching up with my mouth.
Tomorrow begins orientation, so I'll be visiting the campus (about thirty minutes away from the dorms, just outside the city) for the first time ...
... myths. For example the myth that migration moves only in the direction of developing to developed countries was taken apart. In reality less than half of migrants end up in developed countries. There is also a significant flow of migrants from developed countries to developing countries. We tend however not to call them migrants, but instead call them expats.
The discussion was very interesting, especially since my internship is built around a migration related ...
... that! They spent a lot of time telling us about our Independent Study Projects (which will begin in March) I am definitely nervous about it but I think the research will be really interesting and will definitely help me to learn even more!
We will also be taking a French course while in Geneva. Only myself and one other girl have never taken French before. So it is possible that it may just ...