Hotel du Marche
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel du Marche Lausanne
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Today I had lunch with an old friend of mine, one of the last people I still know at my first employer. We remembered the "good old days", and we caught up with the kid's stories. I realized that his youngest is now 15; the last time I saw him, he was ...
... square with some booths set up selling food. All the produce looked absolutely amazing. There was also some cheese and meat. It's interesting I've noticed here and in Geneva you see mostly white asparagus. I've seen some green but not often. I wonder why that is? Is it the ones people cook with usually therefore what the suppliers grow. I've never end cooked with it, I'll admit I always ...
After a lovely evening we had a slow start to the day. We had eggs and coffee for breakfast before heading down to our local coffee shop in Geneva for coffee on the way to meet Kirsten at the train station. Kirsten was our new tour guide for the day; we were headed just over the border into France for a cable car ride up Mt. Selev. The views were absolutely breathtaking we sat on the grass and had coffee, beer and nibbles just drinking in the ...
... kicked out.
Excerpt from Sam Jackson's Journal:
When we got to Lausanne and went to our hotel room we did not stay there for long. We left to explore the city. After a while we found a little basketball court where apparently the semi pro people were playing. The games were fun to watch and they were really exciting. The team that I wanted to win won. My team was from Croatia and the other team that my dad thought would win was Slovenian. ...
... footpath was so narrow. I asked Darren if he saw that, to which he replied that he did, and he held me close. We passed the place where the first lizard was and a few seconds later another lizard jumped out of the bushes and just as quickly darted back in. Needless to say, by this time I was in hysterics. Poor Darren had to try to calm me down and we tried to walk up to the bus stop when we saw a grey gecko on the stone wall just staring at us. It would have been about ...