Grand Hotel Excelsior Montreux
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... wanted to travel with us. As always we left early in the morning from Renens to “Engelberg” and from there we had to take a cable car up the mountain. The travel was for about 2 hours. We reached “Engelberg”, bought the tickets for cable car and started walking to board the cable car. The path from “Engleberg” station towards the cable car was yet another instance of Mother Nature’s art. Surrounded by ...
... ended up making it (with no time to spare) and for home about 10:30. We were so tired and ready to crawl in our beds but quickly realized we didn't have any power. Thankfully Shane didn't freak out like I did and found out that the breaker had flipped so it was an easy fix. Unfortunately, all the food I had put in the freezer didn't make it and smelled awful! Oh well, that can be replaced and taken care of tomorrow! For now we're just happy we have electricity and heat! It was an AMAZING ...
Well, here we are, getting to the stage where it's all becoming very real now! What started off as a late night dreamy conversation more than 1 year ago (potentially there were some bottles of wine involved) about wanting to go and see the world, is actually about to happen.
And what a year it has been! Initial dreams very quickly turned into real plans with a very real, ...
... 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 ...