Grand Hotel du Lac
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- Swimming pool
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60; This was the second best day of our trip. Personally this was my favorite site visit day and learning trip. Started off the day with breakfast in the hotel lobby and headed on to our bus for the journey ahead. We proceeded to the World Trade Organization, for our first site visit of they day. The security of this organization was very high (of course). The building and atmosphere was great. ...
... about a hidden gem. It had Roman ruins, an Art Gallery with Rodin sculptures among the many and an Auto Museum. They had a sculpture in every roundabout. It certainly was The Art Village. The only disappointment (aside from the cost of lunch-I don't know how anyone affords to live in Switzerland) was that the Ice Rink was closed. Dinner tonight at the American Dinner in town. It was a little different to last nights fancy affair, but nice just the ...
... I only took a handful of pictures, but you can see how pretty it was. The town (like many of the medieval villages we have visited) has been turned into a sort of marketplace to keep the village thriving in our modern world. We wandered in and out of boutiques while we also explored the architecture of the village. The lake was very calm on Saturday morning, and you can tell how peaceful life must be for those who still live within the city walls. One of the plaques ...
... to a pizzeria which had some of the best pizza I have ever had and we then walked around and enjoyed the scenery. After this time we had to board back on the bus then head over to Nestle Headquarters where we had some speakers on both their digital marketing and their supply chain. After this we had a very nice ride back to Geneva where we had the coastal waters and a nice sunset along with beautiful weather.
Travel day again today. This meant another trip along the valley back to Visp, another train ride down the next valley and over to Lake Geneva. Our destination was Rivaz, a tiny wine-making village in the middle of the Swiss Riviera, with cobblestone paths and layered terraces absolutely full of grape vines, wine makers and wine cellars. It is just beautiful. We walked up the top of our town, took the views in and then headed off on a walk along the lake road to ...