Starling Hotel Lausanne
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
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I said goodbye to my beloved Specialised 29'er mountain bike and was sorry to be leaving it behind as I have loved riding this woman's specific bike. We road into the village of Frangy this morning and I fell off - thankfully nothing broken before getting on the flight, not having a great start as I banged my head 3 times when packing as well!!! I've been thinking maybe I can find a way ...
... of hours to wait for the flight to Frankfurt, so checked the suitcases at the Lufthansa desk, got our boarding cards then hopped a train into the heart of the city for some sightseeing. Train was a great way to travel. We stashed our Carry-On stuff at the main train station and walked the Mont Blanc Street down to the harbour to see the fountain. On the way, we passed a tiny shop that sells Victorianox stuff. Beth got a ...
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 ...
... get to see every Olympic torch ever carried, learn about the history of each Olympic games, get to see some pieces of equipment used by athletes dating back to the first Olympic games. Joannie Rochette's dress from her skate was there, as a tribute to her bronze medal following the death of her mother. And at the end they have an interactive part and they have a room with the real gold, silver and bronze medals from every Olympic games since the modern games were founded. ...
... room price) and our room on the 5th floor which was very comfortable and cozy. We unpacked and headed out to have a quick look around. Shops close at 7pm, so we didn’t get to the supermarket, but there was a mini supermarket close by so we bought some water and snacks and drinks there. Already we could see that Switzerland was as we remembered, expensive! But wow, the old town centre area is amazing! Very hilly and with lovely little laneways ...