Travel Blogs from Lausanne
We ended up getting to the hotel at about 8 PM, so didn't have time to go back into town for dinner and to see the city. It was a bit of a bugger considering we won't have time tomorrow as we are at CERN all day. Instead, we went next door to a nice Italian place. I had an awesome risotto, and many of the others got other fantastic looking pasta dishes and pizzas.
... we were in Lausanne. Angela bade us farewell at this point as we headed to yet another train station to find our way down to the lake.
Most pedestrian areas around Swiss lakes are simply gorgeous. Full of parks, sitting areas and sights to amaze. With a family of young children, and Tony, it is akin to a young version of turrets when trying to have a conversation.
'Mama....I love the tra....A PARK! !!!!'
'That was such an ...
... cute - so 4 entrances poorer and 2 blow up animals along with 2 floaty rings later and we were set to embark on a Badi experience.
My very favourite food, I mean absolute favourite…beyond chocolate, coffee and raclette, is….
anything made by someone other than me.
And for the record, that includes coffee, chocolate and raclette.
That night we had my ...
... cool too… No..not the "No Panties thing" the "watch"…oh never mind.. The term ‘lazy river’ has, for me anyway, always incited the idea of an idyllic float down a gorgeous rived bed, on a sunny day, basking in all of nature’s glory. At the Aquaparc - “Idyllic” is replaced with “chaotic”, “Float” is replaced with “swim aggressively to avoid bashing into the corners of the pool”, ...
... and service seemed really slow
Ended up in the Saint-François Square and got crepes from a French-speaking street vendor. Good thing Canada has dual food labelling. And 5 years of French as an option made very basic rudimentary speaking possible.
The Meetup was good, excellent by account of people I spoke with.
T was billed as: talk about Apache Aurora and Apache Mesos and how they use it from SRE at Twitter.