I have now used my Visit a City program to plot out a new plan for Geneva using the information I received above. This is a edited addition to my information above. I do not know if you can access my Visit a City plan, but have emailed the program to see. Thought then someone could use my program choices to edit and change to what they desire:
Geneva Train Station
Grand Hotel Kempinski, Quai du Mont-Blanc, Geneva, Switzerland (this does not come up automatically but I added it as it is near the boarding of the boat trip from Paquis to the Moland end. You just have to type in the restaurant or hotel name where the board ramp is and the program gives you the address)
Restaurant Le Lacustre, Quai du Général-Guisan, Geneva, Switzerland (Where we depart at the Parquis end - beginning for us of the boat trip.)
Place du Moland - put in the Edit Notes part what it is all about eg "Square & Restaurants". I had to add this like the two items above as it does not come up in the Geneva program. Does not come up automatically but is you type in the name then Geneva it will give you the address.
St Pierre Cathedral - if you look at what it details about the place it tells you the opening times and all about it. If you choose to go there and a place is not open at that time it will indicate to you this. Cost is also detailed, which is very handy.
Treille Promenade Promenade - Edit Notes - Behind Geneva’s city hall is La Treille Park, a lovely and sunny square, whose perimeter is lined by (debatably) the longest wooden bench in the world.
The Old Town - comes in automatically.
The Reformation Wall - add from the program automatically.
Place de Neuve - Add yourself - Edit Notes I added - "Fountain and statue of general Guillaume-Henri Dufour on the horse. Place de Neuve used to be execution place in the past, which was strongly fought against by Henri Dunaut and others, who eventually established Red Cross. As a memory, Henri Dunaut's sculpture is displayed at the norh-east side of the square, right by the fortification walls".
Bus or tram 12 or 18 (18 less frequent) back from here to Genova Station to take back to Monreux for the night.
According to Visit a City we can leave Geneva Train Station at 17.30 and be back at the Geneva Train Station by 19.50 pm. Of course this depends on how much time you spend at each place. In our case we don't take a lot of time... just enough to take pictures and feel the atmosphere.
At the moment train runs at 19.42, 20.12, 20.30 and 21.09 from Geneva Station to Montreux Station.
I have added in the places people mentioned above I hope. Note hubby does not want to do the UN sites so you might want to add this to the above.