Tulip Inn Lausanne Beaulieu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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It's been a hectic few days, getting ready for this trip, but finally I'm on my way! Pegasus Airlines cancelled my Istanbul to Konya flight and I didn't find out till late Sunday! Managed to rebook for the next morning (Wed) and find a room in the airport hotel. Now I'm on my way ...
... ready for harvest, pine forest groves and grape growing areas. We crossed the Swiss border just after Lucanne which we bypassed for traffic ease. Our track followed Lake Geneve for about 2 hours. This beautiful waterway was flanked on one side by terraced grape vines and on the other by Swiss Alps. We arrived at the Olympia Sports Hotel in Brig around 415pm and after a short rest we headed into town for dinner. We just happened to ...
... French speaking Swiss may not or don't understand Swiss-German.
I followed the general framework but anything going technical lost me.
That wasn't the case for the attendees - feedback afterwards during networking was that T did a great job and the presentation was informative, understandable and interesting.
People had come from Lausanne & Zurich and surrounding areas.
Octo had refreshments after: sushi, chips, ...
... me. Luckily June was a beautiful weather month. Riding through the forested area, at times seeing the water beside me and then emerging onto a vast expanse of greenery with the sun rays shining through was quite nice. A great experience!
Lastly for this entry, my bit of exercise for the summer. When a friend was in town we went for a ralk (run-walk). After 15min we had to stop because my shoe fell apart!! ...
... to so many places, it took the doctor a long time to determine what we needed. We are now vaccinated against Yellow Fever, Hepatitis, Tiphoidea Fever, Polio and Rabies. In the picture, John is our guinea pig and had to demonstrate that he could draw blood to administer the Malaria test. Hope we don't need it!