Hotel Les Cygnes
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... near me. Suddenly Shrinidhi calls me and I turn back and he says that “ I have a feeling that someone flicked my cell phone!!! “ He couldn’t check as he was carrying both the bags in his hands. I asked him “ Are you sure?’ He said “ Yes, I think the person next to me took it. I felt someone putting hands inside my pocket but couldn’t stop him as I was being pushed and was crushed from all the sides and I ...
... aka the squat kind - and they have syringe dispensers in all public restrooms so that their drug addict population does not get AIDS. Interesting Public Health combination. On Saturday I took it easy and just went to the Museum of Art and History, which had an extensive archaeology exhibit (which I loved), and then treated myself to un pain au chocolat, my first since being here!
This past week was filled with more ...
... Romans. One of the most interesting things in the museum is the display of one skeleton still embedded in the rock. It is thought to be the remains of an Allobrogian chieftain, who was worshipped or revered as a hero by the Allobrogians there. They at first had just a burial mound there, and then they built a wooden shrine around it. This shrine was the center of the village that would become Geneva. After the Romans took control of ...
... and defined by one Main Street and not much more. There is a Picasso, Van Gogh and Kadinsky exhibition at the museum - that could be good. I get their only to find that it is closed this particular day. We spend our time walking the town and buying a few trinkets and then head off back to Morges. A nice little town, ticks the to do list but not one I would head back to in a hurry. Camille however does manage to find some more ...
I was excited today as our good friends Giverny, Jemima, Harriet and Jack (aka “The Rogers” were coming to Montreux! We decided to surprise them at the train station – which was worth it for their squeals of delight at seeing us so unexpectedly! We helped them to their accommodation, which involved A LOT of staircases.
Whilst walking and talking we learnt that poor Jem had had ...