From the hotel close to the gas station, we took rue du Mont Blanc to Lake Geneva. When it reaches the lake, it becomes Pont du Mont-Blanc, a wide bridge that spans the lake. If there was any doubt that Geneva is the most expensive city in Europe, or that it is a destination for the rick and famous, an exposure to the area around the lake and the Pont du Mont-Blanc quickly disperses any doubt. Lamborghinis, Mercedes, and Lexus queued each other to cross the bridge. From the right bank, you can see the Swiss signature, its watches, as exemplified by its most expensive, world-famous labels of the Patek Phillippe, the Piaget, the Bucherer.
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