Hotel Eden au Lac
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... but overwhelmed and again felt myself becoming upset but I managed to hold it together. After being introduced to a couple of people we left the airport. My host dad drove and he is one crazy driver. Add to that the fact that they drive on the other side of the car and the road plus it was snowing, I was scared. It wasn’t a long trip to the house though and we stopped at the bakery on the way.
We got inside and I was sat down ...
... huge airport and we caught a train between terminals. We checked in and everything was going well, the next flight was more cramped but I managed to sleep for most of the 13 hours. We finally arrived in Zurich and the blast of cold air quickly woke me up, I love the feeling when you first step off a plane and feel the different climate.
We got straight through security and went to collect our bags, and they weren't ...
... collector, who had changed trains with us at each of our stops since Zürich (she thought we were pretty clever for doing this journey) now asked for tickets in French. Indeed, the dulcid tones of (beer-swilling) German voices had almost completely been swapped for he raucous tones of (wine-quaffing) French. From Brig to Vevey, our view of the mountains was drowned out once again by the haze that had plagued us ever since Hong Kong. The lush green rolling ...
... to improve safety under difficult Daylight Driving situations... WIPERS ON LIGHTS ON , like it is the Law in many US states and works just fine. It seems many Governments around the world trying to protect their People from them self to no avail but slowly chipping away freedom and self reliance doing so while nothing really changes. People forget that Live itself is Risky from cradle to grave and there are no Guaranty ...on anything , History will repeat ...
... and mum. Very cute. We stopped at a place called Mulhouse Ville where the train ran by a canal for quite a distance with boats, locks etc along the trackside for a couple of k’s. And once we went through Basle and were into Switzerland the landscape changed again to green hills, lots of trees but still a lot of farming, and the houses became much more attractive, some are proper Swiss chalet style that you see in books. We had our ...