- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... And we were shocked, because for us it was something common. A train being late by 4 minutes was not an issue at all for us. But for them it was. So we got to witness the punctuality of the trains and how people in Switzerland are very particular about it. Finally the train left and we started the conversation with Prof. Robert and we exchanged some of the information regarding our carrier objectives, education system in India and Swiss, Food in ...
... 7pm-5am), and ended up getting lost in the multi-level city. We eventually asked for directions, trudged through the "downpour," and made it to the train station in time to narrowly avoid hypothermia. It had gotten to be so snowy that trains out of the city were delayed, but we made it back just fine. Interestingly enough, the most interesting part of the trip was learning that the public bathrooms in Switzerland, besides Geneva, are ...
... MY FAVORITE ICE CREAM!!!'
'Mama and Papa, I love....SWANS!!! LET'S FEED THEM ALL OUR BREAD!!'
Trying to keep a young family together in this amazing area is like herding cats while trying to nail jell-O "OMG…I LOVE HER HEELS!!" …..to a wall.
Ever the helpful Canadians, when approached for directions to the same museum that we were going to, I proudly displayed my iPhone map and pointed in the correct direction.
... and then went on to the balcony (in the freezing cold - it was about 0 degrees) to light sparklers and sing Happy Birthday for mum. She LOVES sparklers and it was awesome for us all to be on the rooftop balcony of an apartment in Switzerland singing and waving sparklers around. It attracted the attention of some neighbours looking on from other apartments who cheered and waved to us as well! It was a great finish to another awesome day and a special birthday for ...
... During our time in Lausanne, we went to a cathedral, walked around the old town, and ate some really yummy crepes and fondues. The cathedral was called the Cathedrale de Laussane. I would call it semi-gothic style, with gothic architecture like pointed arches and detail but not as elaborite as it usually is. We took old stone stairs up to three different floors. The first had a couple of huge bells, the second had several medium sized bells, and the top had ...