Le Chateau d'Ouchy
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Christine, a local tour guide and she took us on a walking tour of Lausanne. We explored the old town as well as the super hipster warehouse area, uphill and down dale. The cathedral which was lovely and of course everywhere views of the town, the lake and the mountains beyond.
By 430 my feet were aching and the old back was complaining a bit so I wasn't sorry to get back to the hotel, grab a quick shower and have 30 minutes ...
... one interesting sight though. A street musician was performing in one corner of the small square, and he was being watched by a woman and her daughter (I asked, and the daughter was about 17 months old). The little girl was having a great time dancing to the music, and I just had to stop and watch for a minute.
In this part of town, I did notice an old Gypsy woman with a cane and a cup slowly making her way up the street, and when she reached the top ...
Breakfast in room, walked to train station to see about a trip to Le Cerque, decided not to go, walked to Old Town of Geneva, caught the tram to Plan De Palais, trash & trivia market, then cheese fondue and Vin Chaud (mulled wine) for ...
Breakfast in room, picked up our tickets from the train station and changed some money from CHF to Euro. Walked to lake Geneva, took a boat ride on the lake - very cold out on the lake. Lunch at Burette Les Bains, a hidden gem on Lake Geneva. Walked to Old Geneva Town then back to our room for a ...
... sites, but it was more often the case that walking was the primary consideration of the day. There are a couple of notable exceptions, however. First, to walk down the same aisles that St Joan of Arc did in R(h)eims Cathedral at the coronation of Charles the Nth many centuries ago felt very special to me - not least because of the family name associations - and who could fail to feel a connection with history after they had just visited the local parish church - in Brienne ...