Hotel du Marche
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and reach the top of over 2000m. At the top they have a colony of marmots, the mascot of the alps. They are a ground squirrel or groundhog. We walked the final part to the top and were awarded with amazing views.
The next day we went back to the lake for a swim. The water was so clear you could see the ducks dive to the bottom to get some grass. It was a little cold at first but very ...
... old town, got the bikes and explored the old harbour area. We rode back to the hotel, and were easily faster than the cars caught in heavy traffic along the coastal road. A couple of huge ferries came into port. Passengers, cars, motor homes and trucks disembarking. We got a pizza and ate it down on the beach. It's been a hot day and we're tired from the early start, but it's a beautiful night, and we watched the fisherman at the end of the beach and the snorkelers just out in the ...
... fun. Three floor levels told the Olympic story: 1) its history, from the ancient Greeks to "modern-day" Olympics that started in 1894, 2) the Games themselves, and 3) the spirit of the Olympics. The history was interesting to Sam Jackson (a Greek God aficionado, thanks to Percy Jackson), since he learned that the Olympics was likely started as an homage to Zeus, king of the Gods. I was curious to see how the Olympics have been impacted by politics. In 1956, Eastern ...
... then went back to our hotel and chilled out and watched TV. The TV was amazing! They had channels where you could pick the audio language - much like on a DVD. After going for almost two weeks of hearing hardly any English and feeling a bit left out of conversations, it was such a relief to be able to understand things again! Although the locals spoke French, all of them were just as willing to speak in English. We ended our day with a walk along the beach.
... steep, the trams in Lausanne are special in that they need to travel up and down steep hills – they work very well! Coming out of the station, we crossed the road and were greeted my amazing views of the alps rising up in the distance across the lake where people were boating and sailing. The ship to Genève was just arriving, people can commute across there, I think it takes about an hour. The views were stunning and so unique! We walked around until ...