The souvenir shop at Burgenstock had a glass-floored balcony that I just happened to step out on. I had to call everyone over. The shoes represent three continents and eight countries… 🙂
It’s not easy to appreciate a 360-degree view in 2-D, but I have no other option but to share this vista in this limited manner. The original file is over 100 MB; I’m just waiting for holographic technology to kick in… 😉
We sat down for a delightful lunch at the Restaurant Verbena at the Burgenstock resort. Fine dining on an open terrace in the cool breeze on a sunny afternoon, surrounded by verdant meadows blooming with spring. It was one of my best experiences in Switzerland.
Our ferry-ride brought to this little piece of heaven in the middle of Lake Luzern. I took a glance back before heading up the steep cliff-face in a cable-car.
Our ferry captain was somewhere up there. I never thought I’d be a boat-person, but that balmy afternoon of the 25th of April on Lake Lucerne converted me. 😀
I know I’m tooting my own horn, but isn’t that a picture-postcard view? 🙂
Like I said before, a palace. On an island. In a lake. In Switzerland. It’s only July but I know what stocking-stuffer I want! 😀
A palace. On an island. On a lake. In Switzerland. Seriously, is there another life worth living? 😀 (I know it got turned into a hotel, but still…)
I don’t know why, but the sight of boats anchored together, their masts straight and upright always brings sunlight and brightness to mind. 🙂
Lake Luzern was surprisingly shallow for quite some distance. Mountain lakes, formed in hollows gouged by ancient glaciers go deep very fast as you move in from the shore, but a couple of hundred metres from the pier, the lake-bed was still clearly visible.