Ibis Lausanne Crissier
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- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Meal plan
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... road for a few miles then off along the twisty pass road to
Weissenburg. I soon find myself following large groups of motorcycles along
this road and realise that every biker in the Alps must be here today as its
just flooded with bikes.
of these bikes are sports bikes and are local boys and seem to know the road
well as they are just flying along. As for me I simply just take it rather easy
and let them race passed. All it takes is for me to slip or have ...
... and have spent happy times here in the past with business and community events as the city is twinned with Southampton. On this occasion we had no time to spare and we were loaded onto the ship quite quickly. this was the ship we should have been on last week so we were surprised to be loaded up onto an open air car deck. not many facilities but quite acceptable for a 41/2 hour ...
... me started a very loud conversation/argument over a building project they were involved in. They kept it up throughout the entire flight causing the people around them, myself included, to lose the will to live. The woman would accuse the man of some gross inefficiency and then he would invariably say "oh no no no no. Let me just say....." and spout off for ages. I wanted to nap but they made it impossible.
We arrived ...
... a dozen signs in different languages on the door stating that. The Cathedral was open, so I went inside to have a look. It was almost deserted, with only one other person there. I sat down for a few minutes just to enjoy a moment of reflection in the cool and very quiet interior. The layout was a bit unusual in that chairs were set-up facing two altars, one at the back and one at the front. The large pipe organ was beautiful and I imagine it makes an ...
... northern France.
As the chapels all but disappeared from sight as I moved further eastward, water fountains started to appear in the villages where previously I'd seen none. One day, on the road to Bapaume (after Arras) a lady who had invited me into her home to replenish my water bottle provided a plausible explanation as to why this is the case. She believed that north-west France was no different to the rest of the country in terms of civic water fountains until ...