Hotel Restaurant Les Negociants
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- Shuttle bus service
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Vevey
... we were flying along at quite a
speed. The line heads through a mighty long tunnel under the 3698m high
Balmhorn mountain and finally arrives at the town of Kandersteg.
about 25 or so minutes its out of the dark tunnel and into glorious sunshine.
the train stopped I now had to turn my bike around in this coach. Certainly not
an easy job as there was only about 1ft to spare with the bike standing
sideways. How they ever move big heavy bikes such ...
Saturday the group left the French Riviera via the autoban, splitting up in Aix en Provence. Dave and Janet took to the country roads on a nice ride through the Luberon despite threatening clouds, overnighting in Gap after visiting Lourmain, Apt and Sisteron along the way.
The following day they headed for the higher elevations, with alternating sunny and cloudy skies, over several more passes on the way to Grenoble. Road closures and a 15km ...
... make myself understood in childish French. We came to drop two female students, Alice and Karen, who lodged with the Giauques for a week as they worked on their French and discovered the joys of Switzerland (of which there are many). I have been coming back periodically since then, to visit old friends.
Mrs. Giauque died of cancer a year and a half ago, but he is bearing up well under this painful circumstance. ...
... a paddle steamer that cruised the lake - ah, if only we had more time. The view at Lake Geneva was lovely. We sat and ate a baguette on the shore, fed the swans and other birds, then explored a little. Next we were back on the bus and we drove along the edge of the Lake with vineyards on the right. We passed some resort towns such as Lausserne. We saw no snow but the cloud was rather low. We had some rain too, though by the time we got to Lyon the weather was much clearer. We ...
... 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 ...