Ibis Lausanne Crissier
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... walk" I proudly displayed. I love the iPhone.
We watched the girls play in the park, avoided ice cream - it was only 9 in the morning- and precisely 8 minutes later, the woman I so graciously gave directions to, came up to me and kindly informed me that if we were still going to the museum, we'd need to go the opposite direction.
Hmm…I was starting to wonder if I needed a technology class….....
Less than 300 meters and ...
... cute - so 4 entrances poorer and 2 blow up animals along with 2 floaty rings later and we were set to embark on a Badi experience.
My very favourite food, I mean absolute favourite…beyond chocolate, coffee and raclette, is….
anything made by someone other than me.
And for the record, that includes coffee, chocolate and raclette.
That night we had my ...
... 17:00. Not a second later! In typical Angela fashion, she came dressed all lovely (we were a soggy wet mess as the Khazak woman was so interesting, her family tree ever fascinating that we’d come straight from the pool), Angela was pulling a suitcase (How many lovely high heels are in there both Talia and I wondered), and yelled a “Saluti” as she saw us (she is in love with all things Italian and has the most gorgeous singing voice. I ...
... where Napolean Bonaparte made his First Holy Communion.
While not on exactly the same historical scale, in Besancon I found myself in a town square that could claim to be the birthplace of not one but three famous people. The first two were the Lumiere brothers, who were at the forefront of developments in movie cinematography techniques. The town makes less of a 'son and dance' about their achievements, however, than it does about their most famous son...Victor Hugo ...
... I know Kathy from the Army, she has been out for about 7 years now but I haven't seen her for close to 10 years. She works in Lausanne and has a part time personal training business as well - needless to say she is one busy women. In Lausanne I managed to do two wonderful runs, a 19km and a 12 km run along the Lake - they would have to go down as my most enjoyable runs during my training for this marathon. I think that is a good sign given I've ...