Auberge de Carouge
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... Exploring the small town and shops here was great. Proceeding from our amazing experience we went to a local restaurant and ate lunch. After we headed back to Geneva for the last few hours. Here we went to the hotel I packed and got ready to go to our final dinner in Old City Geneva. This was close to our hotel and a very good place for dinner. One of the items that stood out to me were the ...
... served all the ladies first.
Everyone said a little bit about their time on the trip and I talked about how I loved the experience, the people, and the food.
When we got back to the hotel a hung out for a little bit and then stood up writing a paper for another class, because I knew that if I was tired I would sleep on the plane. I went to bed for an hour then when I woke up I took a quick shower, packed quickly, and went down stairs to eat.
... It was probably one of my favorite views we had seen the whole trip. I was amazing to be on the edge of the mountain and almost thrilling because I felt as though the bus could fall. It was so pretty to see the gardens on the mountains. It was a cloudy day so we could not see the other side of the lake but it was still an amazing view.
We stopped to eat lunch in the town the Nestle headquarters was in. When we go to the town center it was so beautiful and cute. There ...
... California. The Eagles chorus has been changed to
Welcome to the Hotel California
Such a noisy place (Such a noisy place)
Such a noisy place
Plenty of clanging at the Hotel California
As its a building site (Its a building site)
Unfortunately the wrong time of year
Don't worry, I haven't given up my day job. Anyway all noise aside it is exciting to be in the heart of inner city ...
... store to rent a movie for the night when I received a text that I had been dreading for some time. On Saturday, in Chicago, my grandfather passed away. He had suffered from Pulmonary Fibrosis for some time, and though he fought valiantly against it for many years, it is not a disease for which modern science has yet found a cure. My grandfather was a brilliant man. He was a tireless worker who raised an entire non-profit charity from the ground up. He was ...