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... does not have the medicinal properties of fine lavender and it's scent is much stronger and less light and floral. Another fact I found to be interesting is that there is an association in France (A.O.C.) that controls the quality of lavender essential oil, just like wine and cheese.
After this museum we enjoyed a very relaxed drive back to Geneva, carrying the lovely scent with us the whole way :-)
Today, my ...
... aiming towards the shopping district. Our bodies were telling us that it was not the Greek Islands anymore and we were darn cold so it was time for a bit of a wardrobe update.
A couple of hours of shopping along the pretty streets of Geneva and our tummies were starting to rumble. Whilst on our journey we had spotted a nice looking place where we returned to delight in a couple of local beers along with a traditional Swiss meal which was like ...
... food you want from various different stations, after that you get your drink and then you go to pay then they give you dessert.
After we finished in Geneva we drove to Lausanne, Switerland to visit the Olympic Federation Museum. The Olympic Museum (French: Musée Olympic) in Lausanne, Switzerland, houses permanent and temporary exhibits relating to sport and the Olympic movement. With more than 10,000 pieces, the museum is the largest archive of Olympic ...
... was closed but we could order room service. I asked for a charcuterie plate for Daniel and I and maybe a croque Monsieur (cheese and ham toasty) for the girls. Room service arrived 10 minutes later and we were presented with an exquisite cheese plate with home baked breads and a charcuterie plate - both of which would have been quite comfortable at Vue de monde. The bar fridge gave up two ice cold Kronenbourg 1664's and we were in heaven! We all slept well and breakfast ...
... heading into Geneva and walking or sometimes using the tram to see the city. Geneva is so expensive so we tried to save wherever we could. That meant heading to the grocery store and picking up focaccia bread or quiche and taking it to a park along the lake to use the free wifi. That's right folks, if you are ever in Geneva don't pay for internet, just have a picnic in the park! Oh yea, we've got a hard life. Haha. One afternoon as it happens we came across the filming ...