Grand Hotel Excelsior Montreux
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... best manner, I have ever received. We were able to finish without hesitation and missing the bus all because of the great staff at this amazing restaurant. After rushing to the bus and not knowing the reason behind Nestle and the strict timing, I was a bit confused. We arrived at the national headquarters and the outside views were unprecedented. I have never seen views such as these in my entire life. Going in the bulding it was amazing and the ...
... 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 ...
... to a pizzeria which had some of the best pizza I have ever had and we then walked around and enjoyed the scenery. After this time we had to board back on the bus then head over to Nestle Headquarters where we had some speakers on both their digital marketing and their supply chain. After this we had a very nice ride back to Geneva where we had the coastal waters and a nice sunset along with beautiful weather.
... were so exhausted we agreed taking a nap would be the best course of action. We set an alarm and were up an hour later (although we could have slept much much longer). I picked up a Montreux riviera booklet from the hostel and we headed out the door to eat some saved croissants by the lake. From there we headed off to Chillon Castle. We spent a good hour and a half walking around there reading the brochures and taking pictures. It was pretty ...
... for their talents, and left the United States to perform in Europe. Did you know Josephine Baker, the famous African-American jazz singer and exotic dancer exited the United States "stage right' in the mid-1920's to become a French citizen! As she and other famous jazz musicians traveled and performed throughout Europe between the 1930s and 1950's, they introduced the red-hot "jazz swing" to the European music scene and were a major reason many of the present day jazz ...