Geneva

Wifi? On Sundays? In Geneva?

F and I took a bus to Rive and decided to go in search of a café with wifi (pronounced wee-fee in French). We made our way up and into the Old Town, past the street where John Calvin once lived (Rue de Calvin), past St. Peter’s Cathedral, and past a cute little café that had great outdoor seating but did not accept credit cards (c’est dommage!) until we reached the Musée d’art et d’histoire. We decided to give it a shot and in exchange for having a delicious lunch and drinks, we were granted access to functional wifi.

The Musée d’art et d’histoire is housed in a really gorgeous building. Here’s the terrace next to the restaurant:

Serene.

Serene.

Just in front of the museum is the Parc de l’Observatoire, too – a small little park with a cool view of the western side of Eaux-Vives. The best about this little piece of Geneva is that the chances of running into someone you know are next to none (that’s rare).

Parc de l'Observatoire.

Parc de l’Observatoire.

Hiding!

Hiding! The museum is peeking through the back, too.

Happy Sunday with my media naranja.

Happy Sunday with my media naranja.

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