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Page 163. " it was agreed that Elizabeth and I should pass the afternoon and night at Evian, and return to Cologny the next morning. As the day was fair, and the wind favourable, we resolved to go by water "

   Évian-les-Bains is a town on the southern French shore of Lake Geneva (or 'Lac Léman').  It's reputation as a source of health-giving mineral water began in 1789 after a local nobelman, the Marquis of Lessert, proclaimed his kidney trouble had been cured by drinking from a local spring.