We'll be traveling to Geneva for a week in October with our soon-to-be 16-month old child. Can anyone give me ideas for good things to do with her? Does anyone know whether car seats are required in cabs? (We'd like to get around on public transit if possible.) We love parks - I hope it's not too rainy in early October. She loves looking at animals - dogs, cats and everything else. She's a little too young to really pay attention to things like puppet shows, but she is intrigued by public art, fountains, gardens and sculptures. She loves physical things, as she is starting to become a real walker.
Are people in Switzerland very tolerant of little ones? She's a fairly good tempered girl, but she is a toddler, and I am hoping her first public meltdown doesn't take place abroad - or on the airplane!
And in terms of shopping, is it fairly easy to find disposable diapers, which we use when we travel? Are there good toy stores, children's bookstores, or children's clothing stores?
Any advice would be most appreciated.