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Hotel Royal Lausanne


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    lausanne
  • a city in western Switzerland; cultural and commercial center
  • A town in southwestern Switzerland, on the north shore of Lake Geneva; pop. 123,000
  • Israel-Arab Conference convened in the summer of 1939 by the UN Palestine Conciliation Commission.
  • Lausanne is a city in Romandy, the French-speaking part of Switzerland, and is the capital of the canton of Vaud. The seat of the district of Lausanne, the city is situated on the shores of Lake Leman (Lac Leman).
    royal
  • established or chartered or authorized by royalty; "the Royal Society"
  • a sail set next above the topgallant on a royal mast
  • of or relating to or indicative of or issued or performed by a king or queen or other monarch; "the royal party"; "the royal crest"; "by royal decree"; "a royal visit"
  • A member of a royal family, esp. in England
  • A paper size, now standardized at 636 ? 480 mm
  • A book size, now standardized at 234 ? 156 mm
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Geneva, Lausanne, Fribourg & Western Switzerland Travel Adventures
Geneva, Lausanne, Fribourg & Western Switzerland Travel Adventures
This is Switzerland's second largest city (behind Zurich), with 178,900 residents, and is heavily influenced by its French neighbors to the west and south. Here you'll find the quintessence or haute ecole of everything Switzerland stands for in the new century: beauty, wealth, education, international relations and culture, not to mention romantic scenery at its finest. One aspect of Geneva that is hard to miss is the Genevois' love of food. In fact, Geneva is home to more restaurants per capita (over 1,100 in total) than any other major city in the world – including Manhattan. A visitor will also note that the Genevois serve an unusual proponderance of organ meat dishes, known as "abats." Everything from blood pudding – "boudin noir" – to pickled pigs feet are popular and commonplace here. Geneva has over 30 museums and private galleries, all of which contain prestigious private and public displays of art work, historical documents and cultural highlights. Geneva offers a diverse variety of cultural and sporting events such as classical music concerts, open-air movies on the lakeshore, as well as various trade fairs. Annually Geneva is home to the Inventions and New Techniques Fair, a rousing Automobile Show, an International Book and Press Fair and the High Watchmaking Fair.

This is based on our comprehensive Adventure Guide to Switzerland, which is close to 600 pages in the print version. Here, we focus on Geneva and the surrounding area in Switzerland's western portion. Among the many towns described are Lausanne, Montreux, Neufchatel, Fribourg and Gruyeres. Also included is a detailed introduction with full information about what you need to know when visiting Switzerland.

Nestled in the heart of Europe, Switzerland is a feast for the eyes, with azure-blue lakes that shine brilliantly against the greenest slopes of the surrounding Alps. Its picturesque villages and chic towns are accessible via high-speed trains, which whisk travelers around at amazing speeds, though many opt to travel by longboat on some of the country's tranquil waterways. It is one of the world's most advanced industrialized nations, yet its towns and cities are incredibly clean. It also has the distinction of being one of the oldest democracies. Part-time Swiss resident Kimberly Rinker has lived and worked here for years. She tells of little-known attractions as well as major tourist draws and everything in-between.

This is Switzerland's second largest city (behind Zurich), with 178,900 residents, and is heavily influenced by its French neighbors to the west and south. Here you'll find the quintessence or haute ecole of everything Switzerland stands for in the new century: beauty, wealth, education, international relations and culture, not to mention romantic scenery at its finest. One aspect of Geneva that is hard to miss is the Genevois' love of food. In fact, Geneva is home to more restaurants per capita (over 1,100 in total) than any other major city in the world – including Manhattan. A visitor will also note that the Genevois serve an unusual proponderance of organ meat dishes, known as "abats." Everything from blood pudding – "boudin noir" – to pickled pigs feet are popular and commonplace here. Geneva has over 30 museums and private galleries, all of which contain prestigious private and public displays of art work, historical documents and cultural highlights. Geneva offers a diverse variety of cultural and sporting events such as classical music concerts, open-air movies on the lakeshore, as well as various trade fairs. Annually Geneva is home to the Inventions and New Techniques Fair, a rousing Automobile Show, an International Book and Press Fair and the High Watchmaking Fair.

This is based on our comprehensive Adventure Guide to Switzerland, which is close to 600 pages in the print version. Here, we focus on Geneva and the surrounding area in Switzerland's western portion. Among the many towns described are Lausanne, Montreux, Neufchatel, Fribourg and Gruyeres. Also included is a detailed introduction with full information about what you need to know when visiting Switzerland.

Nestled in the heart of Europe, Switzerland is a feast for the eyes, with azure-blue lakes that shine brilliantly against the greenest slopes of the surrounding Alps. Its picturesque villages and chic towns are accessible via high-speed trains, which whisk travelers around at amazing speeds, though many opt to travel by longboat on some of the country's tranquil waterways. It is one of the world's most advanced industrialized nations, yet its towns and cities are incredibly clean. It also has the distinction of being one of the oldest democracies. Part-time Swiss resident Kimberly Rinker has lived and worked here for years. She tells of little-known attractions as well as major tourist draws and everything in-between.

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Lausanne, Croix-d'Ouchy, Hôtel Royal Savoy
Lausanne, Croix-d'Ouchy, Hôtel Royal Savoy
Apparently, this 4-star hotel, that was opened in 1906, hasn't changed much, but it's been bought by Qatari investors and has just been emptied; all the original furniture was auctioned a few weeks ago...
Royal Savoy, Lausanne
Royal Savoy, Lausanne
A grand old hotel full of faded elegance. We couldn't resist, that's our car parked out front!

hotel royal lausanne
hotel royal lausanne
Swissmar Lausanne 11 Piece Copper Fondue Set
This copper and stainless multi-purpose fondue set has a ceramic insert that acts as a double boiler so you can use one fondue for three different types of fondue - meat, cheese and chocolate.

Originally a humble peasant dish in Switzerland, fondue has become a sophisticated, stylish way to serve and enjoy snacks, meals, and desserts. Swissmar's Lausanne 3-in-1 copper fondue set, with its warm, inviting glow, makes it oh-so-tempting to explore the mouthwatering possibilities available with oil, cheese, and chocolate. Traditionally shaped with sturdy proportions and large handles, this modern version of the earthenware original combines communal tradition with lighter, more efficient construction and versatile design.
The 11-piece set starts with a handsome and efficient 18/8 copper-plated stainless-steel pot sitting in a sturdy rechaud stand. The two metals work together to offer an ideal combination of rapid heating and even, long-lasting heat distribution with no metallic taste. A removable splatter ring on top is notched with nooks for six numbered stainless-steel forks to keep hands safe, cool, and confident while dining. Underneath, an easily accessible paste/gel fuel burner allows chefs to control the temperature for best cooking results. To melt cheese or chocolate, add the high-sided, 1.3-quart ceramic bowl insert and use water in the pot to create a double boiler that won't burn the delicate ingredients within but will keep them wonderfully smooth and bubbly. For meat, remove the insert and pour oil or another fondue broth right into the 1.9-quart pot itself--the liquid will remain at a consistent 350 degrees F. Also included are easy recipes to get the party started, and extra ceramic inserts are sold separately to add courses and choices. Voila! Now it's time to invite five friends, get creative, and concoct anything from tomato and basil Gouda appetizers to a ginger chicken main course to spicy Mexican chocolate desserts! --Kara Karll

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