Mercure Classic Hotel Leysin
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60; This was the second best day of our trip. Personally this was my favorite site visit day and learning trip. Started off the day with breakfast in the hotel lobby and headed on to our bus for the journey ahead. We proceeded to the World Trade Organization, for our first site visit of they day. The security of this organization was very high (of course). The building and atmosphere was great. ...
... mountain. Now we had lunch at this little cafe called La Petite Kitchen and I thought we were going to have a small light lunch. I was then surprised to see that we were having steak which I was definitely not expecting. It was a little rare as far as being cooked but was still a very good steak with dessert and everything. After this lunch we went back to Geneva for another smaller tour with Emilie guiding us. We then ...
... that had of course very strict policies on pictures and devices which you can definitely expect. After this we traveled on the tour bus to Vevey Switzerland which was a very enjoyable ride where we traveled along the coastline and saw great sights of vineyards, mountains and coastal waters. We then had an opportunity to get our own lunch and have time to explore a bit of this coastal town. A student and ...
... the depths of winter. The original health resort still stands and now acts as the American international school - one of three international schools now in Leysin. We had a great time catching up with Julie Anne who also prepared lunch for us, certainly with a gap of 30 years there was plenty to talk about. Julie Anne took us back to Aigle as she had an appointment there and then it ...
... the level of the lake which actually drove them crazy.
One of the most interesting rooms was the dining room which has been restored to its medieval look. The oak columns are originals from the 13th century. The ceiling and chimney date from the 15th century. It was really easy to imagine a medieval feast happening here. The latrines which empty into the lake were used for waste, either human or refuse. There was also a small room beside a bedroom ...