Rex Hotel

Address: 3 Av. de Chailly, Lausanne, Vaud, 1000, Switzerland | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Lausanne

Thursday, March 19, 2015

A travel blog entry by aqdusbhatti on Apr 11, 2015

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... the international work atmosphere was great. Following our great tour we went to Vevey, a beautiful indescribable city. We got a short break for lunch here. A few of the peers and I walked around found a restaurant and headed in with 20 minutes until we had to be back on the bus.     At this restruant we got VIP treatment, even tough it was completely packed. They seated us upstairs in the VIP hall. Took our order, and got us our amazing fresh food ...

Switzerland: Road Trip around Lac Leman

A travel blog entry by kelmichellebell on Apr 03, 2015

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... is so expensive here!" As it was a bit chilly, and I was under the weather I was really craving some warm hearty soup. Honestly, I was craving any of the delicious soups I had in Ireland, but I was in the wrong country. We finally found a small cafe with reasonably priced soup on the menu. Conor and I shared a bowl because it was 10 Swiss Franc's a bowl, and we were planning on stopping for more food farther down the road. It was very yummy, but geez - I could make a whole ...

Our day in Vevey Switzerland

A travel blog entry by floresp on Mar 19, 2015

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This day we were able to sleep in a bit and had breakfast then got ready to board up and head to the World Trade Organization. Everyone was all dressed up and looking respectable and had a nice presentation about the WTO and supply chain. I am a supply chain major and learned so much from this presentation about interstate commerce and barriers of importing and exporting throughout countries. This was ...

Memories of France #3

A travel blog entry by jamesonthevf201 on Jul 09, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... where Napolean Bonaparte made his First Holy Communion.

While not on exactly the same historical scale, in Besancon I found myself in a town square that could claim to be the birthplace of not one but three famous people. The first two were the Lumiere brothers, who were at the forefront of developments in movie cinematography techniques. The town makes less of a 'son and dance' about their achievements, however, than it does about their most famous son...Victor Hugo ...

Switzerland - Chocablock (Lausanne part 1)

A travel blog entry by smkrem on Oct 15, 2013

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... I think I'd even take up bike riding if I could enjoy rides through there. Once a year they have a wine tasting festival through the region where you buy a glass and go from winery to winery, otherwise there is only wine tastings via appointment. On return from the Spa Carsten had prepared a fondue, which I gobbled down due to my enduring hungry from my morning run. This was the start of my chocablock theme, as I have now found that I have a limit to ...