Let’s go for a walk. (March 2015)
(March 2015) The change of seasons from winter to spring makes me feel like a kid on the day of her birthday party. Life outside reboots and the city reminds you what a great place it is. The rowers prepare their rowboats, my beloved Frauenbadi – this beautiful old bath-house floating in the Limmat
Mild weather and long walks in February, the mountains towering across the glittering lake, cats hiding in narrow alleys and French cafés serving perfect coffee. Some days this place feels unübertrefflich.
Apples and pears are probably the #1 fruit in Switzerland. When driving from Geneva to Zurich in mid-August, the streets were lined with beautiful fruit trees already touting the bliss of fresh, delicious fruits in autumn. Autumn is also the season when Swiss people make Most from some of those apples and pears. Most is
When in Zürich, take a short, relaxing stroll through its Succulent Collection which is located next to the lake on Mythenquai. There is no entrance fee and it’s open all year around between 9 a.m and 4:30 a.m.
For almost a month now I have been enjoying living a short bus ride away from a very special someone, taking walks to and back from work, or to the lake, blue Zurich skies, mountain views and my new apartment.
I like it there.