Our main destination for the lunch time cruise on Lake Geneva. The weather that day was glorious! Firstly, the breakfast outfit. H&M white viscose tee, vintage black Gucci belt, old Zara navy pants, Hermès Rive Fertile scarf and black CDC, Via Spiga flats.Then add the Kelly. Bus ready! A little market and statue on the way to the harbour. The famous flower clock.After buying our tickets and boarding we were off! The scenery was stunning and the weather was the best we could hope for.We had to stick to a specific route on the lake on account of the French border going down it.It reminded me very much of my other little trip on the water here. Lunch was served: foie gras starter. Lobster soup. Mains of steak and fries. Dessert. The cruise passed very quickly for a couple of hours since we were in the company of a lovely German lady and her British husband.A memorial. Once back on land we decided to walk to our next destination and enjoy the scenery along the way. The beautiful buildings lining the promenade were incredible. Although many stories high, because the stones were light coloured, streets were wide and uncluttered, the effect was still light and airy. This was the view from the balconies. There were water fountains dotted all over the city.This beautiful statue wouldn’t last a minute back in my home town.The sky clouded over from time to time. And there it was suddenly – the United Nations building and fountains! Yes, that is an oversized chair in the distance… It is the Broken Chair. This area was very open and spacious. The fountains activate every couple of minutes.We were too late for the last tour on our last full day sadly.We caught the bus back to the hotel. I really enjoyed this long walk. For most of my life I walked everywhere and took it for granted in cities like London where I used to live and Paris where I used to spend many Summers. Unlike these big cities, Geneva felt very calm and had a small town feel.A more ordinary apartment block. Kelly had a rest before going to explore the Mall. The warm day and all the walking were great and the hot shower even better! I changed into my all white again with the Vince black viscose tee.The Mall was 2 bus stops along and very busy at that time of the evening. We grabbed something to eat from the food court and passed this facility in the Mall = space for nursing. It definitely would have made my life a lot easier a few years back.There were the usual shops, supermarkets, phamarcy, cinema and a provision for little children of games and rides involving a local cartoon character. There was a shop selling lots of wine like an Oddbins I guess only smarter but they also sold chocolates and savoury open sandwiches with a selection of desserts so people were effectively wine tasting or enjoying a wine fuelled supper in the shops. I really love this – obssessed is more accurate – Sportmax coat first seen here and was amazed to see it in the window of their boutique so I took a photo but a woman came running out telling me not to. So I stopped and didn’t bother to go in to try it on. It was raining again when we left but left the umbrella back at the hotel so I untied my scarf and put it on my head to dash across the road to the bus stop. A little night cap ended a busy but wonderful day!