Tulip Inn Lausanne Beaulieu
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... swim in. We went into town but because it was Sunday everything was closed. We went back to the lake and found out where all the people were. It was very crowded and every second person had a small bbq. There was that many bbqs that the air was thick with smoke, talk about smoke on the water. It was a little disappointing but with nothing open I suppose the locals and tourists all end up at the lake. ...
Thursday The bus trip to Geneva was uneventful and we arrived at the Nash airport Hotel. On our way past the airport we checked that our bikes were still there, and they were but our little tool bags were both open. Obviously whoever had looked in them didn't want spare tubes or Alan keys. Incredibly fortunately for us, their was a bike shop across the road, which we had seen on our last overnight stop in Geneva, and he was more than happy to give us two bike boxes. We spent ...
... jumping in like a child. After Flo took us to this place called the Junction which is a river people float down and some jump off the bridge into the water, I decided to sit that part out after my last jumping experience. The current was also strong so I wasn't taking any chances with jumping. I did however do some floating and it was awesome. The water again was so clear and refreshing, unlike any river I have been in before. There were many people here with bbq's and picnics, ...
... length of the dock (ok, I'm ad-libbing here but it makes for a better story), and between "Ava Maria's" there was me thinking to myself..
...oh...so THAT is what 'CGN' means...
We made it in the nick of time, but I'm pretty sure we had the same boat captain and crew who eyed us venomously after getting off a few days ago..
"Here come the late goers again" ..I could just feel them thinking it..
After one boat ride, 1 train ...
... br> The boys LOVED the tour of the chocolate factory. It is done really well with a series of themed rooms that you are guided in to, with lots of theatrics as they tell you about the history of the brand and chocolate making. Then we saw the huge robotic machines that were actually mixing/pouring/cooling/packaging the chocolate and the final room was the 'degustation' room where we got to sample as many of the different types of chocolate as we wanted. Heaven. On. ...