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... br> Out again to get a train for a short ride to an area outside of Lausanne en route to Neuchatel. We had been given places at a great annual dinner event. 9 top chefs from Lausanne have got together for the last 4 years to put on an annual dinner of multiple courses, giving tastings of regional dishes and wines. The dinners are always held in unique and unusual places and this year was no exception. It was in a disused factory ...
... back down again. When I got to the bottom of the street, a five person Gypsy band (accordion, drums, etc.) passed me on their way up to the area I had just been. They looked like the same group I had seen in Ljubljana last year.
I headed down to Ouchy on the Metro to spend some time exploring the water front. I located the docks for the large lake boats, and as I had intended to take at least one trip on them, I wanted to get some information. The agent ...
... the tram back to Geneva CBD, walked around the lakeside, had a drink lakeside then back to room for a rest. Dinner at Chinese restaurant opposite the train station. Went to Brittania pub for a show - ACDC cover band, not very good. Very cold ...
Breakfast in room, picked up our tickets from the train station and changed some money from CHF to Euro. Walked to lake Geneva, took a boat ride on the lake - very cold out on the lake. Lunch at Burette Les Bains, a hidden gem on Lake Geneva. Walked to Old Geneva Town then back to our room for a ...
... 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 ...