Grand Hotel du Lac
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... is beautiful - I could see the mountains surrounding on all sides, with low clouds covering part of them. The city was very clean, and the grocery stores had lots of good organic food, and I have to say I just liked existing there.
We went to the lake every day, toured the beautiful Olympic Park and gardens, saw the Olympic Museum, ate some very delicious pizza named after Brad Pitt, and ...
The Swiss love their cheese and chocolate, but surprisingly, we are not seeing many overweight among the citizenry. I guess endless hiking up steep mountainsides gets rid of all of the calories.
Arriving in the charming little town of Broc near Gruyeres, we found that it's home to the Cailler chocolate factory, an establishment founded in the 1800's and still producing wonderful varieties of chocolate delights today. The tour is ...
... perfection (except for its out of place casino). The 2km promenade along the shore is a must with blooming gardens, sculptures and sights to see everywhere. Strongly recommend! A quick stop at the hotel where Barbara's art is exhibited then we headed back through town window shopping, mostly closed as it was 7pm after a long day. All we could manage was fried rice with shrimp from the Thai restaurant around the corner from us and an early night. Phew! This was definitely a day trip to ...
... ice making plant that made someone very rich until fridges were invented. Luckily the owner sold the business to someone else a couple of years prior! Once we arrived in Lyon we went to our room, unpacked, had a briefing, dinner and bed. What a tiring day! It turned out that the "shorter" trip to Lyon (not through Switzerland) was not much fun. It took a long time as someone was ill and needed frequent pit stops. The bus was also rather cramped. So .... It seems we made the right ...
... way, between the vines. Very romantic if not for Rob. Some more nice photos though. On our way back to Rivaz we passed by the little wine bar, offering a wine degustation menu of local wines. As it would be rude to pass up - and it would be closed the following day - we made our way in and sat out in the small windowed conservatory overlooking the vines. We tried a few surprisingly good reds and spoke to the owner. He told us that the wine making region ...