Le Bois du Seigneur
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... the city, river and parks and once again Jesse managed to track down and English speaking boy and became mates. On day 2 it was starting to rain and we went up the lake towards Lausanne into winery region and a massive parkland area. Unfortunately it was getting pretty wet so we didn't get to do the rope climbing that we had planned for the day. It was much sunnier on the other side of the river so we came back to the East side of the lake ...
... I pondered this metaphor, I couldn’t help myself as I started to sing Garth Brook’s song “The River” ;-)
Saturday evening I had made plans to meet up with my new friends from last Sunday at Charly O’Neill’s to watch the Real Madrid vs. Barcelona futbol game. After a while two more young American ladies who are currently living in Geneva joined us. They are finishing their studies here and ...
... made me feel right at home. Phillip Ménard, a one-man-blues-band, performed all sorts of blues tunes, in English, that it caught me by surprise when he kept speaking in French in between the songs, lol. He was quite talented and it was really nice to get out, be a part of the local scene and hear some great music.
The apartment I'm staying in is quite cozy and my host is ...
... 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 ...
... most demanding portion of this trip, already exhausted.
She did a load of laundry while I found a grocery store and bought us each a small salad (hers with tuna and mine with goat cheese), and a camembert, baguette and a bottle of Bordeaux to share. We will both turn in early tonight. If all goes as planned tomorrow, we will rest and I will record some video of and around Geneva to have available as background video in our church media ...