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... was such a cute place, and we went to a chalet for a special traditional fondue lunch. It was divine. We had pots of melted cheese on the table and dipped bread, hams, pickles & potatoes into the delicious cheese. We were so full afterwards, but our culinary journey didn't end there. We then drove a little further down the road to the Callier Chocolate Factory in Broc. Callier is a famous Swiss brand of chocolate that is only sold in Switzerland. Nowhere ...
... s! A classy final meal in France.
Once home, the kids watched TV in French and Ro and I packed completely. It was done. We’d made it all fit, everything was ready, and tomorrow we’d drive to the airport and begin our journey home. Milly and I were sharing a room and the boys were all together next door. We all went to bed feeling quite mixed about the next ...
... it. The teachers…well let's just say we can see the positives to not being around.
We met back at the school at 11am and handed in the sheets for marking. A group photo was taken at the giant bench seat which is a sculpture at the back of the school. After this we had a small formal gathering in the school where gifts were exchanged, brief speeches made and thankyous given.
The afternoon was free to spend with their billets ...
... br> We left Venice on time…8:30am. After some last minute frantic emailing we finally got a confirmation text message at 4am that we had a boat out of Venice…leaving at 8am. We were there on time, to our coach on time and left on time…unheard of so far on our trip.
The trip started off well. The first stint was taken up with excited chatting about Venice and the homestay ahead. At our first stop ...
... 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.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed