Tulip Inn Lausanne Beaulieu
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It was a very early morning start to catch the train to Paris, Barbara met us at the station to say goodbye. We had to change trains at Geneva but otherwise a lovely trip, definitely 1st class is the way to go. On arriving at our very chic, somewhat unusual hotel we dumped our luggage and headed for the Eiffel Tower but not before stopping for a fantastic meal at a ...
... and it’s great to see their resurgence.
I also saw the Wallabies’ result against Argentina, a very sad affair. The only compensation is that the All Blacks got beaten as well!
Yesterday was spent in the pretty little village of Megeve taking it easy and preparing myself for my return home. It’s been a wonderful holiday, and one that really did at most times keep me distracted, my ...
We started the day with a 30 minute walk from Ouchy to Pully where Barbara and Claude live - a walking track along the shores of lake Geneva, passing the Olympic Museum and lots of beautiful gardens. A quick coffee then off we drove through the wine region of the Puidoux, a world heritage listed region famous for vineyards on the side of the mountains for as far as you can see. The small old villages make wine the old way (stipulated by law) and you can smell the fermentation as you ...
... Miserables fame). Incidentally, Besancon is also noted as a major influence in horology and the manufacture of electric bicycles.
A few words about French cuisine. First, it doesn't exist at breakfast time. I quickly tired of the daily morning diet of pain et confiture, confiture et pain, ad nauseum.
One of the good things about having to stay in more expensive hotel accommodation was the likelihood that you could tuck into a delicious bowl of cornflakes ...
... than 10 days until my marathon. The lake that Lausanne sits on is huge, and it has several different names but Kathy called it Lake Leman. On the afternoon after my 19km run (and as part of my motivation to complete the 19km), Kathy took me to Les Bains De Lavy Thermal Baths. I wish I had pictures for you but I think it would have been inappropriate and a little bit creepy to have been walking around with a camera at the baths. The baths have ...