Jeûne Genevois at Concha

This day is a very old tradition, its origin dates back to the 16th century. It is celebrated in the Canton of Geneva, and it is celebrated in the best possible way, enjoying a delicious dessert, a plum tart (tarte aux pruneaux in French).

Concha’s boys approve of this delicacy!

Many thanks to all the kitchen staff for preparing it with so much love.


Olympic Day for Concha’s boys

Great day for Concha’s kids, today was Jeûne Genovois and as it is a bank holiday in the Canton of Geneva we went to visit the Olympic Museum of Lausanne, a really marvelous place!

We were able to learn and play at the same time, amazing, isn’t it?

We show you some pictures so you can see them for yourselves! We like all of them, but we love the last one, which one is your favorite?


Firdavs and Mark in the fountain of the Olympic museum.

The Olympic flame has always aroused much interest

Objects used in the ancient Olympics

Bisher and Georgiy walking in the museum

Learning a lot of interesting facts

Really surprised by the number of Olympic mascots

The museum is wonderful, it has a lot of memorabilia from all the Olympics.

Shiryu and Joe compete in virtual biathlon, one of the most challenging sports.

Andrew testing the Grand Slalom simulator

How is the nutrition of athletes?

Quote from the founder of modern Olympism; Pierre de Coubertin

Andrew, Liam, and Matvei are on top of the podium!

Amgalan, Joe, Masafumi, Eugenio, Ivan, and Shiryu (from left to right) enjoy a nice picnic by the lake, in the background the alps, wonderful views.