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This morning was an early start (6 AM) to catch the TGV train to Geneva. We had to take the metro to Paris Lyon, where we bought lunch for on the train, and then caught it to Switzerland. It was a bit slower than the Eurostar and took around 4:30. Otherwise it all went smoothly though. Once in Geneva, we caught the tram to CERN, the end of the line, and were slowly transferred ...
... we were in Lausanne. Angela bade us farewell at this point as we headed to yet another train station to find our way down to the lake.
Most pedestrian areas around Swiss lakes are simply gorgeous. Full of parks, sitting areas and sights to amaze. With a family of young children, and Tony, it is akin to a young version of turrets when trying to have a conversation.
'Mama....I love the tra....A PARK! !!!!'
'That was such an ...
... Angela wowed us with fresh pizza. Mmmmm…felt like we were in a 5 star restaurant. Now that we knew where to get wine, we were on "sommelier duty" and she was the chef du jour! Once again she had us entranced with her European adventure stories, and had me making a mental note about all the Italian villages that we absolutely needed to visit.
Ahhh…I love "restaurant" nights!
... 8221; who helped us with our generously donated “rabais” from Christel and Richard. Gros becs! The Swiss at Aquapark, not to ever shy away from technology or watch related paraphernalia, handed us each a 'watch’like’ wrist band that not only controlled the opening of our individual lockers (totally cool) we could also load it up with money (SURE!!) and not be hampered with the inconvenience of having to handle cash in our soggy ...
Toby, connecting through the DevOps community, was scheduled to be the speaker at the 1st DevOps Switzerland Meet-up in Lausanne.
Meetup Time: 18:30
Since this is Swiss-time, we'd better be on-time.
Trip from Lucerne about 2-3 hours to Lausanne on 1 train.
IR to Bern again, got the bridge photo this time.
Note - Italian guy. He got on with a friend in Lucerne. Now Italians have a rep for being loud but this guy ...