Driving past the Lake Leman

Also known as Lake Geneva, it’s shaped like a croissant and is the bluest of the Swiss lakes.

I was truly in awe of how beautiful this lake is. Surrounded by snow-capped mountains, scenic beaches and quaint villages, a stone’s throw away from the Savoy Alpes. Idilic. Breathtaking.

Basking in the sunshine. You feel like you never want to leave this place.

A stroll through Evian-les-Bains, a chic holiday resort with delux spa facilities and historic buildings built between 1870 and 1913.

Genève ~ one of the largest fountains in the world

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Dieppe – Upper Normandy coast

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Strolling along Burgundy’s wine growing slopes

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Roland Garros 2011 – King/Shvedova v. Chan/Niculescu

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Forêt de Fontainebleau

Park life

Sugar Charm

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