A good friend of mine came to visit over the weekend and we spent it exploring around lake Léman, on both Swiss and French sides.
Each year, on the first Saturday in December, the most popular sporting event in Geneva takes place in the old town : the Escalade Race. This event is for everyone – famous international runners to beginners, children and adults alike. Some people even dress up! Distances run vary from 2kms to 8 kms depending on the category All the races take place in the narrow streets of the old town and finish in the Bastion Park. Continue reading “The ‘Escalade’ race”
We finally went to a museum in Geneva! After coming from DC, where most museums are free, it felt weird not to visit a single museum since I moved here. Continue reading “Red Cross Museum, Jonction and Carouge”
We’re having a good time in Geneva this summer. The weather is being very nice and sunny (occasionally extremely hot) and we’re enjoying having breakfast and dinner in our balcony.
Saint-Cergue is a municipality in the district of Nyon in the canton of Vaud in Switzerland.
A couple of Spanish friends came to Geneva to pay me a visit and we spent a very busy weekend full of activities around the city. In addition to strolling around Geneva, I invited them to the United Nations headquarters, where an Open Day took place. We also visited the famous Chillon castle on lake Léman and the Olympic city of Lausanne. Continue reading “A busy weekend with friends: UN Open Day, Chillon castle, Lausanne & Geneva”
As I’ve told you in previous posts, we’ve been recently exploring Geneva and its surroundings quite a lot. We’ve enjoyed summer in the city, although the sunny weather is now coming to an end. Let me show you my favorite spots so far! Continue reading “Exploring Geneva & its surroundings”
We’re having a busy start in Geneva! We welcomed a friend this weekend and besides showing her around the city, we took her to Chamonix in France. Continue reading “Geneva & Chamonix”