“The absolute musts in Geneva are so numerous. I earned my love of the city from my father, who is originally Italian but has fallen in love with Geneva as he has lived here for so long. I see the city through his eyes. His favorite is the Jet d’Eau, a stunning fountain and one of the city's most famous landmarks. It is also one of the largest fountains in the world. Situated at the point where Lake Geneva empties into the Rhone River, it is visible throughout the city and from the air, even when flying over Geneva. Rue du Rhone for high end shopping for both men and women.
If you are visiting or getting married the best is St. Pierre Cathedral, a gorgeous cathedral from the 12th century. Walking Lake Geneva and the cobbled streets of old town is especially lovely, I think the best way to see a city is to walk as much as possible so be sure to pack comfortable shoes. It is perfect to do with your family or with the object of your affection. In summer, for the sports-minded I absolutely recommend hiking in Interlaken and for cold weather skiing in Kleine Scheidegg.
Physical activity is such a priority for Swiss people and there are some of the best options for outdoor sports within an hour of the city. After so much activity a quick trip to the spa is a necessity and my family’s spa, Forever Laser Institut, is always on the must list. It is the perfect blend of futuristic and true science which I think makes it very appealing to men as well as women. Finally finish off your journey with our favorite restaurant of all time, Auberge Communale d’Onex for dinner. It is certainly where the Polla family will be spending Father’s Day this year. Enjoy!”
With its colorful historical legacy, dramatic mountain beauty, cultural offerings and charming town greens, a Journey to Vermont can satisfy in so many ways. Its mystique beckons visitors from near and far, and has become my personal retreat from the rigors of working in New York City, traveling the globe and exuberant participation in life!
|Vail opened its ski resort on December 15, 1962 with ticket prices of five dollars; one gondola, two chair lifts and nine skin runs. Now it is the largest ski resort in Northern America, but don’t visit Vail just in the winter; it is absolutely amazing during the summer with more choices of outdoors activities then during the winter
Follow the “Golden River” to the top of the world, highlights include exploring
Beijing – the mysterious Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square. Feel imperial on the Great Wall, embark on a desert camel safari. Discover the Silk Road secrets of Xi'an, Encounter Giant Pandas at Chengdu, wander the flower and bird market in Kunming, or learn about the most precious Tibetan herbals used in Traditional Chinese Medicine.