I went to Geneva, Switzerland for 5 hours on 5/20/19 via train. Here are 10 things I learned about Geneva:
1. It’s the birthplace of Frankenstein. Author Mary Shelley spent a summer in Geneva writing the novel.
2. There is an Impact Hub co-working space.
3. The Jet d’Eau rises to more than 450 feet.
4. The Flower Clock’s colors change with the seasons. The second hand is the biggest in the world, more than 8 feet long.
5. The Broken Chair, is nearly 40 feet tall, it was created in 1997 as a tribute to victims of anti-personnel mines.
6. It is the birthplace of luxury watchmaking.
7. It’s also the birthplace of the Swiss Army Knife.
8. Lake Geneva is the biggest lake in Western Europe.
9. It has the largest Old Town in Switzerland.
10. I thought Al Gore invented the web, but according to Geneva Tourism CERN is the birthplace for the interwebs.
Peace, love, joy, gratitude, faith, compassion, and blessings.