Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Lake Geneva cruise to Yvoire, France
When we were staying in Geneva, we took a morning cruise on Lake Geneva. We stopped at several little towns along the shore to let passengers on and off as we cruised along. Switzerland was on one side of the lake and France was on the other. The scenery was beautiful. At the end of the cruise, we docked in the medieval village of Yvoire, France, which dates back to the 14th century. This is another town where there are no cars allowed so walking around was very pleasant.
A side note to my blog readers who are around my age (i.e. went to college in the early 1970's). As we were cruising on the lake, I got a certain song by Deep Purple stuck in my head and was singing it to myself, especially since we had passed through Montreux, Switzerland on this trip. My daughter-in-law thought it was hilarious. Can you guess which song I'm talking about without going to the link?
Linking to signs, signs.