4. Passed through Annecy and Lyon (Both in France)- In the old town (vielle ville) of Annecy, in the winding cobblestone streets, local vendors were selling meats, cheeses, flowers, chocolates and other goodies. When I went to purchase the lavender honey, I realized I only had Swiss Francs, (French use Euro) and I had about three minutes to find an ATM in this little village before the shop closed. I ran along the canal yelling, “ATM! BANCOMAT!?!” to any human who would point me in the right direction. I made it back just in time to purchase the sweet treat, and it was worth it. Lyon was more of a metropolitan city with big open streets and brand name stores. I had one of the best meals of my life at a beautiful Victorian looking restaurant. Escargot in a puff pastry with parsley butter, truffle foie gras ravioli, white wine and a chocolate crepe. Bon Apetit!