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Travel Blogs from Lausanne
... is full of grand old buildings and seems really well kept.
Water fountains and flowers are everywhere but what made it so strange is that
there was not a single sign of human life to be seen. A few little cats and
chickens ran the streets. There appeared to be next to no shops or work places
etc. However I got the impression that everyone in this town worked in the
farming industry and liked animals such as horses and chickens etc.
I walked along the narrow ...
... and have spent happy times here in the past with business and community events as the city is twinned with Southampton. On this occasion we had no time to spare and we were loaded onto the ship quite quickly. this was the ship we should have been on last week so we were surprised to be loaded up onto an open air car deck. not many facilities but quite acceptable for a 41/2 hour ...
... sure happy to get out and start sniffing the area immediately, doing what dogs do best. They said his name was “Twister” and he seemed to forgive his "humans" for the unpleasant experience he had been subjected to.
After that I went to the benches by the boat dock to wait, as the boat would be arriving in less than an hour. There was an electronic sign that indicated the boat was right on time, which was comforting as I was both tired and ...
... Barbara and Claude. Once the kids left we spent many hrs reminiscing about our lives as neighbors and the very special trip that Barbara made to Perth a few years later. Eventually after a lot of catching up Claude dropped off two very tired travellers back to their hotel. The last pictures are of our hotel, (Hotel Du Port) and the view from our ...
... I bought a ticket to the Olympic museum from them because they gave me a 5 CHF discount. After the short walk down to the water, I found the museum quite easily. Apparently it just finished being renovated for the last 2 years, and it was definitely worth it because it's gorgeous! And being right on Lake Geneva is unreal. The museum has 3 levels and you get to learn about the history dating back to the ancient Greeks and Charles de Coubertin, the founder of the modern ...