Breakfast in town and a stroll along the Arve…
It’s a good idea to take bus number 8 to Pont-Sierre to and begin from there to walk all the way back to Jonction. Or you go in the other direction and start from Jonction. Make sure you have good shoes, as it might get a bit muddy! You’ll be walking through forests and see great autumn-coloured trees; you will also go via Carouge. What I also find interesting is the colour of the water that keeps changing and all the birds you can observe if you are quiet enough. If you need a map you can find one here.
The City of Geneva website has a list of 10 walks that are all quite fun to do, especially to discover or re-discover parks, museums and places you probably haven’t even noticed.
It’s a great little tearoom where you basically choose what you want to eat, help yourself and pay at the end by letting them know what you’ve had. It’s the Swiss trust system at its best. It’s also a good way to test your memory! They make savoury spinach rolls and delicious quiches. They also have great jams and croissants! (Open from 7am to 7pm)