Hotel Le Lac
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... mainly selling fruit, vegetables, flowers and cheese. All local produce and for locals. No tourist rubbish or (that I saw) other goods. We had a good mooch about and also went into some of the delis and food stores that are in this part of town.
Then we walked across town to the Durig Chocolatiers, an artisan store that has been in business since the 1980s. The smell hit you as you came through the door and wrapped around you like a box of Black ...
... on time after all that and got the train straight from the airport station to Lausanne. About 40 minutes through some lovely vineyard hills and along the lakeside. We were met at the railway station by the lovely Veronique from the Lausanne Tourist Agency. She took us to our hotel: the beautiful and rather posh Chateau D'Ouchy, and we checked in. Very nice room.
Had lunch with Veronique outside on the terrace beside the ...
... works or a traffic, the car in front will hit his hazards as a warning that he's slowing much more than you might expect... Same with motor-cycles - if you indicate to them that it's ok to pass, or pull-over to give them room, they thank you with an amusing extending of their right leg... If you ride a motorbike, you will understand why - to use your right hand to wave, means you have to let-go of the throttle, and the bike will suddenly slow... It's quite funny as we motor ...
We woke up early because we had a building site next door which was being steam rolled to build a BMX track on we found out. That would be fine if they didn't start at 7am, what with that and the train track which circles the lake at close proximity. We were destined to wake up early today. I took the kids for a bike ride whilst Toni went for a walk into town to look for postcards and provisions for a picnic.
We cycled a good way down ...
... back to the US with a new appreciation of my family, friends, surroundings, and opportunities, then I can confidently say that this has been the absolute most important experience I’ve ever had.
Looking back, I have experienced some of the biggest challenges of my life here—arriving in a foreign country knowing absolutely no one, getting $200 stolen the first day, going from two years of living on my own to moving into an ...