The walk for Geneva was very confusing; luckily enough, the group with which I was trying to complete the walk ran into Professor Hudson. The reason this was so lucky was because had our group tried to complete the walk by ourselves, we would have been lost all day never completing the walk. The city was absolutely beautiful. The houses looked as though they came from a straight from a fairytale story. There was a huge clock made out of flowers, which was very cool. I saw clocks all over the city which I thought was interesting and good because I am always wondering what time it is.
We walked by many pianos that were chained to the ground, but were free to play. Amy and Caleb played a nice little song; I really liked the idea of having free pianos just chilling around the city. I thought it made the city so much more unique.
The city impressed me with its beautiful lake, parks, and freezing cold water fountains found all over the city. I also saw the coolest clock ever. The bells rang and there was a parade of characters that moved in front of the clock for about 5 minutes.
The last thing that really amazed me was the Jet D'eau. Professor Hudson had a handful of interesting facts to share about this sight. I enjoyed the facts he shared and looking at the Jet D'eau. This is just a short list of the really awesome sights to see in Genève.