A genuine treat to the tastebuds, and a velvety combination of French cooking with fresh local produces. I joined my parents to this restaurant as a last-minute decision, and it is the rightest decision so far.
Last summer I took the boat from Geneva to the famous French town at the shore of Lac Leman, Yvoire. It is a very 'me' getaway paradise - I love pretty small towns over seaside to seek tranquility and inner strength. The flowers were beyond what it has been boasted for, and the food was so delicious. Definitely drop by their local shops for artisan soaps, crochet pieces and straw hats. A lot of great bargains! I came home with fully packed bags yet a still chubby wallet.
Last year I went to Switzerland, and took the sightseeing train from Luzern to Innsbruck. It has been a mental spa overlooking the beautiful mountain and the emerald lake. Everything is nature's wonder beyond words.
Talking about traveling, Paris is always a good idea for me. The food, the fashion, the architecture, and even the photogeni-cality of the city itself. Finding the right place to stay can be tricky, faced with so many options. I used to stay in the Ritz Paris before it was renovated, it is just close to all my Auld Lang Syne shopping and dining venues. This time I just feel clichéd to follow the same routine. The Peninsula Hotels, having pampered me perfectly in Hong Kong and Tokyo, attracted all my attention with its indefeasible location.