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The world famous Olympic Museum in Lausanne Switzerland was founded in 1993. It is an architect's dream, and hold both permanent and temporary exhibits as they relate to sport, Olympics etc.
On Thursday morning, we decided that going to Lausanne to check out this wonder would be a great excuse to get us beyond the Bouveret borders.
We congratulated ourselves on getting to the train station 10 Minutes before the train was about to arrive, and ...
... only mentioning it because Nick had his birthday cake there) and flew into Geneva. Originally we planned to go to the Reformation Wall and the Palace of Nations, but after googling pictures and realizing a train that would take us directly to where we were going (Laussane) we decided to do that instead. So we hopped the train and found our way to the very small city of Laussane. First of all, nothing is open ...
... winning the world cup!!
The next day, with the weather not promising much, I went for a misty ride around the area, I'm sure you don't want to hear much about my riding but I saw Lions, Camels and Buffalos - there was a circus in town - a video is on my Youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj7Mo3 L-rtJOUQJMEZvu4eg (hopefully)
Thats it from here, see the photo's or videos...
... Halles and the Vieux Ville. We took the funicular up the side of the mountain by the infamous Chateau/Collegial and made our way back to the train station. What better reward than a chocolate McFlurry?! I could not believe that the Neuchatel Gare now has a McDonald's! C'est dommage! It was hard to share my emotions and all the memories that flooded back but the good energy remained thanks to how patient, positive, and curious everybody was to see ...
... arrived at Lauterbrunnen, a small village at the base of the Alps, and boarded a cable car to take us to the next section up the mountain. From there, instead of taking the train, we walked 40 minutes to the small village of Mürren where we stopped for lunch and a look around. The scenery was breath-taking with the Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau mountains looming large. The sheer scale and magnitude of the mountains has to be seen to be believed. Every now and ...