Le Bois du Seigneur
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... got to the wine train - the Varoux Express - just in time. Its a motorised train that runs along through the vineyards and along the hillsides, takes about an hour. We wound up through the most picturesque villages with fabulous views across the lake to the mountains. One was still snowcovered. About 20 minutes in, the weather changed. Clouds came scudding along and the rain came down. The lake almost disappeared!!!! What a shame. It would be ...
... 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 ...
Early morning we rode the Lausanne metro to the gardens and the old town precinct. Many beautiful buildings combined with the lake view distinguish this city from other historical centres we've seen. The Saturday market displayed a great range of products. Near the cathedral we found a multicultural event that offered food from around the world. Some crazy art and people ...
... spots until we needed to navigate our way to the University where Joel works. We had crepes for lunch and milk coffee; the waitress was keen to explain that she was not Swiss but French and tried to help us with our French words. She was very nice, but failed miserably with us. After lunch we visited where Joel works and it is nice to now be able to visualise where he is and some of the lovely people that he works with. On the way back up the hill ...
... train station, we walked to our Edelweiss hotel, which is close to lakeside. The hotel seems relatively new, and our room overlooks the plaza, sort of pleasant. The staff gave us a free bus/tram pass, and later we found out the bus driver does not check tickets. Everyone just jumps on board, and jump off. Ticket machine is available at the stop, and they trust people to pay the fare even though no one checks that.
We took train No. 1 ...