Hotel Restaurant Le Rivage
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... got to the wine train - the Varoux Express - just in time. Its a motorised train that runs along through the vineyards and along the hillsides, takes about an hour. We wound up through the most picturesque villages with fabulous views across the lake to the mountains. One was still snowcovered. About 20 minutes in, the weather changed. Clouds came scudding along and the rain came down. The lake almost disappeared!!!! What a shame. It would be ...
... Christine, a local tour guide and she took us on a walking tour of Lausanne. We explored the old town as well as the super hipster warehouse area, uphill and down dale. The cathedral which was lovely and of course everywhere views of the town, the lake and the mountains beyond.
By 430 my feet were aching and the old back was complaining a bit so I wasn't sorry to get back to the hotel, grab a quick shower and have 30 minutes ...
Early morning we rode the Lausanne metro to the gardens and the old town precinct. Many beautiful buildings combined with the lake view distinguish this city from other historical centres we've seen. The Saturday market displayed a great range of products. Near the cathedral we found a multicultural event that offered food from around the world. Some crazy art and people ...
... Mines!!" she texted.
"Sure!" …hey why not? The wonderful thing about travelling is that everything is new…and exciting and the phrase "why not" just keeps slipping out!
So, we decided that we'd do a tour of the famous Salt Mines in the town of Bex just a short 45 min train ride from our house. The salt deposits in Bex were the first ones discovered in Switzerland 1600s. Many Kms ...
... of Myra which is now present day Turkey. St. Nicholas helped the poor and was very caring to the children--bringing them nuts, fruit, and chocolate…..but maybe I should start the story from the night before.
Friday evening (Dec 6), all the children of Switzerland place one boot outside on the front porch before going to bed. St. Nicholas will appear in the night and if the child has been ...