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... the international work atmosphere was great. Following our great tour we went to Vevey, a beautiful indescribable city. We got a short break for lunch here. A few of the peers and I walked around found a restaurant and headed in with 20 minutes until we had to be back on the bus. At this restruant we got VIP treatment, even tough it was completely packed. They seated us upstairs in the VIP hall. Took our order, and got us our amazing fresh food ...
... about a hidden gem. It had Roman ruins, an Art Gallery with Rodin sculptures among the many and an Auto Museum. They had a sculpture in every roundabout. It certainly was The Art Village. The only disappointment (aside from the cost of lunch-I don't know how anyone affords to live in Switzerland) was that the Ice Rink was closed. Dinner tonight at the American Dinner in town. It was a little different to last nights fancy affair, but nice just the ...
... that had of course very strict policies on pictures and devices which you can definitely expect. After this we traveled on the tour bus to Vevey Switzerland which was a very enjoyable ride where we traveled along the coastline and saw great sights of vineyards, mountains and coastal waters. We then had an opportunity to get our own lunch and have time to explore a bit of this coastal town. A student and ...
We were up with sparrows thus morning at 5:30. Our suitcases were packed, identified, breakfast eaten by John, then we boarded the bus and we were off. The bus trip was not fun. We drove from 8am till after 6pm with four stops. However we did go to Switzerland and the scenery was lovely. We stopped at the Swiss / German border for a pit stop, at Grueyer for the lovely view over a lake and a pit stop. Next stop Vevey on the banks of Lake Geneva. Apparently Charlie Chaplan lived here. ...
... larger town, Vevey. We obviously came in to town via the wrong road though. We walked through Little Kazakhstan at a guess with the local mafia sitting out front of the kebab houses and the young hoods not far away. I think they were more stunned to see us walking through their turf than we were to see them. Rob didn't bother to stay and chat. At the end of the road was the centre of town though. We followed the signs to Vieille ville, the old town. And ...