A walk around our neighborhood of Eaux-Vives, in Geneva.
|Our babysitter Kim did some very detailed playdough with the kids! Looks like a lobster eating a rat||The English Gardens contains this flower clock|
|There's water fountains everywhere||Our neighborhood - the apartment block across the street||Looking towards Parc La Grange from the sidewalk outside our apartment||Looking away from the park||On the way to the grocery store - Coop||Looking down towards the lake - this is where we go to take the number 2 or 6 bus||The cafe/bakery and garage right across from our apartment||The grocery store just a block away||Entry to the Parc La Grange||The little cafe/ice cream store just inside the park||The La Grange mansion||We've spent many hours at this playground||Next to the playground is a wading pool||This hand-cranked wooden ferris wheel was at the park this summer. The kids loved it.||Here are the Roman ruins in the park. Not much, just some old foundation stones, but still - Roman ruins just next door!||Here's one entrance to the park next door to Parc La Grange, called Parc Eaux Vive||Park Eaux Vive has another mansion, now a restaurant||There's an artificial waterfall in Parc Eaux Vive, but stylized to look like a natural waterfall||A little kid-sized cave||Another view of Maison La Grange||View from our apartment balcony|