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... to be able to relive again in life. The Alps were beautiful and our friends made it even better. The cable car was interesting and somewhat wobbly. We stopped at the middle of the mountain and took pictures while observing the view. I have to say that the selfie stick surprisingly went a long way here. Following a few of us went to the cable cart and to the top. The views got even better and were again astonishingly ...
... the international work atmosphere was great. Following our great tour we went to Vevey, a beautiful indescribable city. We got a short break for lunch here. A few of the peers and I walked around found a restaurant and headed in with 20 minutes until we had to be back on the bus. At this restruant we got VIP treatment, even tough it was completely packed. They seated us upstairs in the VIP hall. Took our order, and got us our amazing fresh food ...
... served all the ladies first.
Everyone said a little bit about their time on the trip and I talked about how I loved the experience, the people, and the food.
When we got back to the hotel a hung out for a little bit and then stood up writing a paper for another class, because I knew that if I was tired I would sleep on the plane. I went to bed for an hour then when I woke up I took a quick shower, packed quickly, and went down stairs to eat.
... later, we'd explored every park, sit-upon ride thingy, and smelled every flower (they were gorgeous) to finally arrive at the museum. Each ticket was printed with a particular sport and funnily enough they were so highly appropriate!
Tony got the C-1 paddler, Talia the gymnast, I got the figure skater (perhaps a nod to my dance background..waaaaay back) and Avaia - got the high jumper, BUT if you turned it upside down, it looked like the monkey climbing ...
... smallest city in the world with a rapid transport system.
The Cathedral of Notre Dame of Lausanne belongs to the Swiss Reformed church and building on the cathedral started in 1175. The cathedral was consecrated in 1275. The pipe organ is unique in the world and was inaugurated in December 2003. It took 10 years to design and build and is composed of 7000 pipes, 2 consoles, 5 claviers and 1 pedalier. It weighs 40 tons and cost 40 million Swiss Francs to build.