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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... terminal and I pull over into the car park and try to
work out what this is all about and how it works. As I sat here in the car park
one train departed with about 100 cars on board and their passengers sitting
idea was if its anything like British Railways charge for tickets then they can
keep their train trip and I will just head back down the pass and head for
France. However the price was only a very good 19 Swiss Franks and so i paid ...
... the USA, including Route 66 and the western states.
Since rain was forecast again for the following day, Dominique suggested we leave the bike behind and take the funicular train down the mountain from Leysin to Aigle to visit the castle which houses a local vineyard and wine-making museum. The castle and museum were fascinating. We enjoyed lunch in Aigle then returned home via the funicular in time for the storm to break up in the ...
... also public transport and transportation system in India and Swiss. It was great talking to Prof. Robert who was very friendly and humble. Finally we reached Renens. We had to take a metro from Renens to Bassanges. The stop at which our dorms were located.
The first day Shock!!!! From Renens we got into the metro. I still want you to remember the fact that we had our baggage with us. So Srinidhi, varshini , Anushree and myself got into ...
... was right out of the Orient Express. We were shocked at how quickly the train gained altitude from Lake Geneva. We climbed steadily for the first thirty minutes or so then leveled out a bit as we continued. We passed through thick forest into meadows dotted with chalets and farms. Allison took up conversation ( in French) with a Swiss gentlemen who was seated across from us. He provided a wealth of information about the area. The ...
... regular basis. It's very dramatic too - we are at 1000m, but the valley below that took 20 mins to drive up from is about sea level. One of the oddest things about L'Abri to me before I got here was the fact that we are requested to only have 2 short showers a week. The reason for this is that we only pay 35 Francs a night for all accommodation and meals, to make it as accessible as possible. To be able to do this in Switzerland, one of ...