Ibis Lausanne Crissier
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We spent only 5 days in Switzerland (it ain't cheap!), and I loved it there. The country itself had overall a genuinely warm, kind vibe.
We stayed in the French-speaking region of the country, in a city called Lausanne, which is on the opposite side of the Lake from Geneva, and has apparently been called "the San Francisco of Switzerland."
The lake is called Lac Leman in Switzerland, ...
... The mixture of curds and liquid is pumped into the molds where the wheels of cheese take shape, and the liquid is pressed out. When the cheese maker asked if anyone would like to taste the liquid, I said "No whey!".
After the liquid is largely squeezed out, the wheels begin curing in brine, and then are sent to a cellar where they age for up to 10 months, during which time a robot rotates and turns the wheels over so that they ...
We started the day with a 30 minute walk from Ouchy to Pully where Barbara and Claude live - a walking track along the shores of lake Geneva, passing the Olympic Museum and lots of beautiful gardens. A quick coffee then off we drove through the wine region of the Puidoux, a world heritage listed region famous for vineyards on the side of the mountains for as far as you can see. The small old villages make wine the old way (stipulated by law) and you can smell the fermentation as you ...
... length of the dock (ok, I'm ad-libbing here but it makes for a better story), and between "Ava Maria's" there was me thinking to myself..
...oh...so THAT is what 'CGN' means...
We made it in the nick of time, but I'm pretty sure we had the same boat captain and crew who eyed us venomously after getting off a few days ago..
"Here come the late goers again" ..I could just feel them thinking it..
After one boat ride, 1 train ...
... br> The boys LOVED the tour of the chocolate factory. It is done really well with a series of themed rooms that you are guided in to, with lots of theatrics as they tell you about the history of the brand and chocolate making. Then we saw the huge robotic machines that were actually mixing/pouring/cooling/packaging the chocolate and the final room was the 'degustation' room where we got to sample as many of the different types of chocolate as we wanted. Heaven. On. ...