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Christine Nattrass | USLHC | USA

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Off to Geneva

I’m off to Geneva for a couple of weeks. While I’m there I’ll work on the test beam for the ALICE electromagnetic calorimeter. I’ll tell you more about that in the next posts. But I thought I’d share with you the contents of my long trip survival kit:

A travel pillow, a bandana (which serves both as an eye mask and a lazy hair style), an outlet adapter, a netbook and mini-optical mouse, ear plugs, an mp3 player with a 30 hour battery, a hair brush and extra hair bands, two change purses (one for Euros, the other for Swiss Francs) and little mini-toothbrushes with toothpaste already on them.  I don’t deal with sleep deprivation very well so these flights are never very fun – but they’re easier to take than flights between the US and Asia.

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