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Travel Blogs from Chexbres
... 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 ...
... family come to visit, we like to have a stocked cupboard and some wonderful wine/beer on hand. Tony proudly told Angela that we had shopped just yesterday with her in mind! “We went to the Migros! “ NOTE; Migros is a chain of grocery stores somewhat similar to Safeway, only their size would be that of maximum 2 Mac stores put together, tiny shopping carts and you can buy alcohol….or so we thought that’s what we bought…. ...
... for the rain, as if he was able to magically make it change. Honestly, if this was to be considered 'bad' then 'good' must be a heat wave!!!
Tony was quick out the door after breakfast and to the bike stand that we had found - bicycles for rent and if you brought them back before 4 hours = free! Off he trotted to find out if this was going to work with the kids.
Tony's text to Karin after he had been away for 10 minutes and Karin still ...
... occurred to me that the drink was named after a town and I would never have picked it for a Swiss town. After a long lunch we started the descent. The start was just as steep as the ascent and with no path. Fiona was not amused. We inched our way down the side of the spur until we finally came upon the track that we had left to make our ascent. The path was relatively flat for a while, and then it too took ...