Hotel De L'Aigle
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Got away in good time for the drive to Geneva. Or so we thought. Wonky GPS and a few questionable turns in Lausanne turned a transit from 10 minutes into an hour. Getting seriously worried about getting to the airport too late. Able to make good time on the expressway to Geneva. Then missed a turn in the airport and ended up far away from Short-term Parking. Left the luggage in the car and hastened to Terminal. 1 Arrivals. ...
... actually quite big and appears very upmarket
touristic with expensive looking hotels and fancy shops and restaurants. They
appeared to be preparing for some kind of “motor street race” and the streets
were lined with displays of old Formula One cars. There was also a lot of old
vintage vehicles driving into town.
When we got to Chataeau de Chillon the place ...
... Descent back to Les Avants ran down rugged stairs and then a country road. We resolved to ignore the GPS during the drive out, choosing the better roads as we wound our way down towards Montreux. Much easier drive As we neared the city, we let the GPS guide us back to Orons. Worked out OK. Shopped at COOP before going ...
... by Kerri Strug, and Sam Jackson loved watching Usain Bolt's record-breaking performance. The exhibits were well-done and conveyed the emotion of the athletes and the fans who supported them. I was misty more times than I care to admit. On the hillside leading up the stairs to the entrance of the museum, there were a number of physical exhibits depicting the sports the Olympics covers. The world record's high jump bar was on display - which Catherine thought was ...
... which is a limestone mountain
on the outskirts of Solothurn. The view from the top looks South towards the
Alps and in the distance we could make out the mountains of the Eiger and the
Jungfrau amongst others. The road to the top was very narrow and steep and on
the way down we were stuck in first gear to avoid having the camper run away
down the hill.
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