Auberge de Carouge
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... airport via the train. So easy and handy. And, as today is hot, hot, hot, I'm appreciating the AC. The weather this summer in Geneva has been amazing and the 35+ temperatures should be good prep for what's to come! Sad to leave home (and Craig). When I get back, summer will be ...
... to see them and hug them and we were on our way to Annecy, just over the border in the lakes district of France. We had an apartment overlooking the lake, amazing views. Lots of water activities, kayaking, swimming, paddle boats, the 13century old town was awesome. I should mention at this point the pastries, latte macchiatos, crepes, and jambon and fromage baguettes....wow, oh also the icecream. The weekend we were there they had an amazing fireworks ...
... my dad were little. I asked Jack if my French was better than the last time I visited and he agreed wholeheartedly. It is such a blessing to be able to converse with him now. He doesn’t speak any English and Tante Danielle speaks English quite well, so in the past she has always just acted as the translator. Now, we speak almost 100%25 in French, with the occasional translation when I don’t quite understand. Tante Danielle is very good at speaking ...
... did not get along. I'm pretty sure I developed blisters on my feet from that walk. Oh, something I forgot to mention is this sidewalk in the park that features these little mini billboards that expose the horrors and human suffering that's occurring in other third-world countries. They really try to keep the public informed of the situation going on multiple countries around the world and I thought that was very admirable. I've never witnessed something like that in ...
... five minutes. My two drivers, joints in hand, are longboarders from the French town of Annemance, directly across the border from the Swiss city. They tell me they're arranging for the second annual longboarding race down one of the nearby hills. I listen but am mostly distracted by the smell of pot and the passing Alps.
They tell me they'd host me tonight but are full - though they drop me off at the nearby McDonald's where I ...