Domaine du Val Joly
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... br> In the past I have been less than kind to France. My view was based on our previous visit in 2010 where we stuck pretty closely to the major towns and south coast on the Mediterranean. This time we spent our time in the smaller rural villages and paralleled the coast through
rural and mountain areas. Whilst most of the villages are so depressing it’s a wonder the locals don’t top themselves after their morning coffee, some are real gems. The scenery through ...
After leaving the Piedmont region of Italy, and before heading back to Geneva for the airport, we made a quick two-day stop in the beautiful French alpine town of Chamonix. Arriving here on Thursday in the driving rain, we kept hoping for a break in the weather so that we could see the fabulous alps, including the Mt. Blanc, the highest peak in Europe.
Sure enough, patience paid off, and Friday afternoon the ...
Thursday 16 October
The medieval bourg of Yvoire is situated on the expanse separating the "little lake" from the "great lake" of Geneva. It started as a modest fishing village and is now known as one of the Most Beautiful Villages of France. The remains of the ...
... sticks) before entrée and another dish between main and dessert and a plate of little sweets after dessert (jelly and mint marshmallow and cream chocolates on lollypop
sticks). The presentation and service were first class. I started with a beetroot salad which was a work of art on a plate; and it tasted fabulous as well.
... the domain in 1905 and began the construction of the Chateau in 1907 in memory of her sister Violet who had died in her early 20s. The Chateau was finished in 1913.
She married an Indian man, Assan Farid Dina, who planned and developed the gardens and built the chapel in 1917. He wanted to develop tourism for the area and from the end of the first World War he financed an electric program in the Cruseilles area and ...