Moevenpick Hotel Lausanne
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... my bike to New Zealand shores if we don't return for another biking challenge.
I opted for us to check out the Swissport Horizon lounge at Geneve Airport since we were going to be here extra early. Its a wonderful quiet environment with internet so a great catch up with all the blog entries from Croatia Cruise as the internet on the boat was a joke. 1GB per day and ...
... the Arrivals office. The lineup took 30 minutes. Beth left the area and found our driver. When I finally emerged, he drove us to the apartment (over an hour). Rosella was waiting to us and led us up 100 steps to the apartment. At 1 am, we were pooped and fell into bed. Apt is on the top floor ... Sloping ceiling. I bumped my head several times before we flopped into bed. Lufthansa offers web page that shows the status of lost ...
Incredible journey on remarkable roads. Finally located village of Avants and the train station and automated ticket machine. Fun ascent up a funicular (100 year old installation) to landing on the ridge above the village. Just in front of the Hotel de Sonloup. A group of preschool kids were gathered there with their ...
... a striking number were dedicated to St Peter, first Vicar of Rome. A case of selective remembering, perhaps.
The cathedrals were all open, with the exception of the one at Chalons-en-Champagne (day 20). They varied in size and architectural style but they all tended to have wonderful stained-glass windows.
I have to confess that a lot of the history of France was lost on me. This was partly because I couldn't translate the explanatory notes made available ...
Switzerland is such a beautiful country, everywhere you look is picture from a travel brochure. However, one week in Switzerland is enough to know that my insides are not designed for such rich Swiss food. I arrived in Geneva, and with instructions from Kathy Zimmerman (which I didn't follow very well because I was still feeling the effects of the cocktails from the night before) I managed to eventually get my way via train to Lausanne. No surprises that ...