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League of Nations
Eaux-Vives Mansion
St. Peter's Cathedral
Lake Geneva
La Grange Mansion
Rose Garden
Reformation Museum
Swiss Alps
Swiss Restaurants
World Trade Organization
Geneva Statues
Dock System
Quai Gustave Ador
Barbier-Muller Museum
BFM Hydro Plant
Quai W. Wilson
French Border
Geneva Skyline
Streets of Old Town
Paddle Boats
Archeological Site

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What to eat ?

Cheese Fondue  
Filets de perche
Fondue bourguignonne
Steak Tartare (cut by knife)

PS:  Cheese Foundue + Raclette are eaten, drinking white wine or hot tea only...




Spread out on the high, broad Valais plateau 3,000 feet above the floor of the Rhone valley, the town of Crans- Montana commands a panoramic view of some of the most storied peaks in Alpine lore: Matterhorn, Mont-Blanc, the Weisshorn, and the Dent-Blanche.


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The shores of Lake Geneva have attracted visitors and invaders for millennia. The cheerful city of Geneva sits on the lake's western shore, lofty snowcapped peaks creating a gorgeous backdrop on all sides. The city is perfect for exploring on foot; rent a bike to venture further. The top of any itinerary should be visits to Geneva's lakefront and its famed water fountain, the Flower Clock in the English Garden, Set. Pter's Cathedral, Reformation Wall, Place Neuve and the birthplace of the U.N.



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 Geneva is popularly a city of bankers and diplomats, people who prefer to conduct their business behind closed doors. Yet any visitor to the city cannot help being struck by the sheer range of possibilities outdoors, including walks along Lake Geneva, trips to the old villages and pleasant countryside immediately outside the city or to the nearby Jura Mountains (with their excellent cross-country skiing), and of course the Alps.

The Cointrin Airport, with its excellent rail and road connections, is the gateway to a good deal of Europe's prime skiing, not just in Switzerland, but also France. The French resorts of Chamonix, Megève, Avoriaz and, farther afield, Val d'Isère and the Trois Vallées area, are all within two to three hours of Geneva by car. A journey to the Swiss resorts is made even easier by the Fly-Rail system operated by Swissair and the Swiss railways. Bags are taken from the airport directly to Swiss train stations or resorts, then back to the airport on departure.




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