On February 22, 2012 I took an early morning train from Lausanne to Geneva. I spent the day wandering the twisty roads until my feet ached.
I found the road where John Calvin lived and saw the cathedral where he preached the radical truths of the grace of Jesus. I stood in awe of the ornate Chapel of the Maccabees. I climbed the 157 steps to the top of the cathedral tower and looked out over the whole city. I ate lunch in a sunny square where an accordion player serenaded the passers by and I explored the port with it's famous Jet d'Eau, which powers 132 gallons of water per second 459 feet into the air. But enough words, here are the pictures!