Annecy, France (Annecy, France)
Though one of the main features of Annecy is its lake, Fabienne hadn't had the opportunity to explore it as she had no car access. That's where we came in! With our trusty Denis at our side (and under us and above us and actually fully enclosing us), we loaded up on pastries at a boulangerie in the old town and drove along the shore until we found a nice wee picnic spot.
Though it was very busy, we wanted to see the length of the market and squeezed ourselves through the throngs. We even made it so far as L'Etage (a restaurant that specialised in fondue), and made a reservation for later that evening. After the overwhelming surge of the market we needed a break from humanity and ate lunch back at Fabienne's flat.
Fabienne had class the next morning, so we said our goodbyes and parted, to be reunited at Christmas as a home away from home.
Today's post was almost called: Yeah Nah, Rugby and Cider, Mate