Lake Geneva, Switzerland
Vevey's gorgeous shore on Lake Geneva (Lac Leman), west Switzerland, near Lausanne.
Just half an hour through the verdant vine terraces of Lavaux from looming, booming Lausanne is tiny and exquisite Vevey - particularly the lengthy and brilliant lakeshore path on a summer's day.
Mind you, on rainy days tourists might be hard pressed to find something interesting to do apart from eating and drinking...
One of the Lake Geneva paddle steamers steaming off (and they move!) to Lausanne. The lake, also known as Lac Lema, is the largest in Europe.
Vevey's annual, imported beach for the price of a drink. Not the real thing but a pleasure nevertheless.
Part of the immensely enjoyable and varied Vevey lakeside walk. Charley Chaplin and his wife Oona moved to Corsier-sur-Vevey village just up the road in the 1953 and never left. They are buried there along with Graham Greene (writer) and James Mason (actor).
A bar with a view. Make mine a double.
Vevey's port, dealing with pedalos, speedboats (well, not exactly speedy) and the occasional paddle steamer up by the solitary tree.