Agora Swiss Night
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAgora Swiss Night Lausanne
This hotel was in a great location for us- very close to the train station & to the metro. We didn't have a view of the Lake Geneve or the Cathedral but it was economical. It was also spotless clean & modern (wifi worked in our room perfectly). The staff was very friendly & the free transportation cards were a nice surprise. I would recommend.
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... what I had suspected, that I was carrying about 5kg of excess baggage after a month in Italy. Operation boot camp has kicked in with awesome running paths along the river and the crazy prices are well timed so we have just been having 1 meal a day.
Our luck with good weather continued early on with our arrival and first full day having very clear sky and 18 degree max's which by all accounts is unseasonably warm. We spent day ...
... around them (or over or under them), rather than trying to struggle through them. The rock is just a tiny blip in it’s path, the river keeps flowing, maybe down a different path than originally intended, but is that really so awful? It gets past it and returns to smooth sailing. Maybe if I look at life’s challenges like these rocks, not so much as obstacles, rather as tiny detours, I can return to smooth sailing a little ...
We spent only 5 days in Switzerland (it ain't cheap!), and I loved it there. The country itself had overall a genuinely warm, kind vibe.
We stayed in the French-speaking region of the country, in a city called Lausanne, which is on the opposite side of the Lake from Geneva, and has apparently been called "the San Francisco of Switzerland."
The lake is called Lac Leman in Switzerland, ...
... for our salads (pictured), and we all enjoyed the traditional Swiss fondue. The decoratively-painted ceramic bowl, the"caquelon", is first rubbed with a garlic clove, and then cubes of cheese (a combination of Gruyere and Vacherin) are added and heated with some local white wine (Fendant) until melted. The heating continues and the mixture is stirred until
smooth, and is then ready for everyone to dip into with coarse bread ...
Well, getting to Brig was quite the international feat of travel. Alissa and I were supposed to fly out of Seattle on Thursday, Jan 7 at 6 pm and route through London on our way to Geneva. However, due to London's continued snowfall (which was only a few inches of snow, they just didn't know what to do with it) our plane was delayed four hours. My mother and sister had driven me up from Spokane and we had plenty of time to kill in Seattle waiting for my plane to ...