Chalet Hotel Regina
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... of the best parts were being able to view the solar eclipse on The Alps 12000 feet above ground. This can not really be described, I am thankful as many people do not get to say they had the opportunity of doing this. In the beggining it was really cold and a bit difficult to breathe. Shortly after adjusting to the climate it got much better. After enjoying our time on top we went to the cable car and to ...
60; This was the second best day of our trip. Personally this was my favorite site visit day and learning trip. Started off the day with breakfast in the hotel lobby and headed on to our bus for the journey ahead. We proceeded to the World Trade Organization, for our first site visit of they day. The security of this organization was very high (of course). The building and atmosphere was great. ...
... warmer. I decided to try going out for a little bit. When I walked outside it was so cold and breathing was a little easier outside. I tried to see if the next cable car was coming soon and they said it was another 30 minutes. WHAT! I was having trouble breathing at this point but I waited for the cable car.
When we go to the bottom of the mountain. I shopped a little at the store next to the cable car. I also tried going into the town to shop ...
Traveling down the mountains on the train gave us plenty of time to ponder on how much fun we had in Lauterbrunnen. We travelled our way to Geneva via Lausanne which gave us a really good close view of Lake Geneva which is quite grand in size and impressive in beauty. Like all bodies of water in Switzerland it seems, the lake was transparently clear with a tone of turquoise. Truly stunning.
We arrived at Geneva Airport station and made our way to the arrivals section ...
... headed out for a morning walk, watches and pocket knives from every company, size, style and price you could think of. Tried to find the famous cheese fondue but no restaurant within our walking area had it on their menu, thus we grabbed sushi before getting no the train and heading back into France.
Oh and what the heck, no passport stamp going into Switzerland. Do you think we can dip our finger in chocolate and stamp it ourselves?