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... Finally we went inside the airport for check-in. Parents were still waving their hands and saying bye and happy journey. We had our check-in done and we were all happy that none of our baggage weight crossed the limit. Then we moved towards the security checking and cleared it. We still had some time left before the boarding time. We decided to click a picture and upload it in Facebook.
So let me introduce the people from our group starting ...
... floor dinners! We have the best floor by far, as apparently the other ones struggle with either 0 interaction, or passive aggressive notes posted on doors to "wash your dishes." Our floor always ends up cooking dinner at the same time, so we are quite social and typically hang out together with food, so we decided that once a week we would all pitch in potluck style for communal dinners. We've done breakfast for dinner and taco night so ...
... and everyone in tow. This is an important thing when the train comes to your village only once every hour. Sitting there and admiring the view, I checked on the schedule again.
iPhones are magical things when travelling. Allows us to sort out the most efficient, most beautiful routes in Switzerland and taking the headache out of map reading!! Yup...here we are. On time - I thought to myself - to catch the train at dock #2.
Wait a ...
... as the snow-covered mountains reflect into it and you can see France on the other side.
Tuesday was mum's birthday and we surprised her with a trip to Gruyere for the day. It was about an hour drive out of Lausanne and the Swiss countryside was beautiful. Our first stop was the Gruyere cheese factory, where we did a tour and found out how they make the famous cheese. We got to try some samples as well. Then we walked up the hill to the old village of ...
... production of the cows.
We were able to see the chocolate production process and even sample as many chocolates that we could manage. We were even able to sample some high end delights.
We topped the day off with the swim in Lake Geneva.
Our final day in the area was actually spent traveling to Lauterbrunnen however by scenic train which is a must do in this area. You literally sit back, relax and simply enjoy what the stunning countryside had to ...