Ibis Lausanne Centre
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... airport via the train. So easy and handy. And, as today is hot, hot, hot, I'm appreciating the AC. The weather this summer in Geneva has been amazing and the 35+ temperatures should be good prep for what's to come! Sad to leave home (and Craig). When I get back, summer will be ...
... on the night of the 800 year celebration of the town. Everyone seemed to be out enjoying the balmy evening and free entertainment...... And so were we! We even got interviewed by a lovely guy from the local paper. The only issue was trying to negotiate the language, which is a particular dialect of German. Of particular issue the use of parking meters and the menus, but both were eventually negotiated with the assistance of helpful ...
... Totally appropriate.
The grounds of the museum are simply amazing. You wind up a walkway that has a symbolic relationship to the Olympic distance of a marathon. The flora and fauna had me drooling over the different flowers and types of grass they had growing. As you ascended the walk way - you could see the view of Lake Geneva - just amazing. Beautiful boats, yachts, impeccable hotels and associated grounds speckle and sprawl beyond the main road ...
... visit to the Olympic museum was a disappointment due to the fact that the museum was closed for renovations. We managed to take a stroll around the Olympic park which consists of the gardens between the museum and Lake Geneva and a number of sport related sculptures. The site of the Olympic flame is also within the borders of the park. The museum was founded on the 23rd June 1993 by Juan Antonio Samaranch. After 23 months of renovation the museum reopened on the 21st December 2013
... to dip in it. Here in Switzerland, you simply say "Fondue, please." They are all made with gruyere cheese, emmental cheese and white wine. Nothing more. They'll bring the fondue to your table on just a little portable burner, set a basket of bread next to it and give each person a fondue stick. I LOVE the fondues here. They're delicious! The only setback to me is the smell. Some people like it, but I hate the smell of all fancy cheeses. The taste makes it ...