Apart'Hotel Citadines Gaillard
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... you pay a tourist tax but that also entitles you to free public transport. We caught a trolley bus into the main part of town. On the way the bus got pulled over by the cops, that was a first. I think he got a warning because we were soon on our way. The town is really hilly and you need to take a train to go from one side to the other.
The next day we took a boat along the lake to ...
... 5 Team Le Good supporters were the only ones on the bus, but the driver wouldn't except payment and directed us to the on board machine which only took coins, of which we had only a few.The driver really didn't seem that bothered but eventually we found enough coins to buy 5 tickets costing 3 Swiss franc when we should have paid 10 francs each, so that was a good deal. We arrived by 11.30 the bus journey quite long and tiresome but better than ...
Graham had to register and do a team photo this morning, so I opted to stay in the village. I wandered to the supermarket and explored shopping Mall which was part of a huge swimming pool complex which looked very exciting. I couldn't buy too much as I had to carry it up the hill so I had to wait for Graham to come back with the car to do a beer and wine shop. The family were arriving tonight and expected the fridge to ...
... zero humidity. We are so fortunate. Best of all, this ideal weather is supposed to last all week!
In the evening we joined 2 other couples and went to the Edelweiss Folklore Restaurant as recommended by Olga. She was absolutely right when she said we would enjoy it. It is located in an authentic Swiss chalet. The most popular thing on the menu is the traditional Swiss cheese fondue. I had a single gruyere cheese fondue and Barry had beef spare ribs ...
... split up into two groups to go on the tour and I really liked our tour guide because she was very friendly and seemed very excited about chocolate.
I loved touring the factory and seeing all the old machinery that they still used today. I was also cool to see some of the workers at worker. When we got to room where the chocolate was wrapped it was my favorite part! This meant we were able to test the chocolate that was wrapped wrong.
The chocolate ...