Jul 30, 2012

7/13 arriving at Les Buissonnieres, Evian, France

Google Translate tells me that Les Buissonnieres means “the hooky” in English. Not exactly what I had in mind, but ok.

"Buisson" means "bush" in French.

The top picture is the main house with 5-6 huge rooms, where most of us slept and where all of us cooked and ate. The bottom picture is the more cabin-like chalet on the same property where 5 of the guys slept.

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