Monday, October 31, 2011


The world famous Chapel bridge

on the Chapel Bridge 



Inside Café de Ville

Lake Lucerne in the back the twin spires of Hofkirche

In the back on the left Mount Bürgenstock

Art and Congresshous in the back. Here the Lucerne Festival takes place.
The building was designed by Jean Nouvel.

The archway of the old station. The station burnt down in 1970.

Last Tuesday afternoon I visited my mum in my hometown Lucerne. Here a few impressions of that late afternoon/early evening.

I hope you have time to walk through this Monday with interest and joy!

♥ Emilie's daughter 

PS. Do not forget to participate in the lottery!


  1. Hello Christa:
    It is to Lucerne we must travel for it looks from your wonderful images to be the most attractive and fascinating of cities. We have much enjoyed, for us, this early morning 'walk'.

  2. looks like a wonderful city... i`d love to visit! you see what you did? on an early monday morning.... the dream of travelling awoken ; )

  3. Heartwarming to see my second home,and all the places i recognise. How many times i have walked these inviting streets. Christmas time, Fastnagt! glugen wine.. The cafe's .. going to the farmers market on a tuesday morning.
    Thank you Christa.. such super photos. Everyone should visit Switzerland especially Lucern.

  4. It was so nice to walk through the city with you! What a beautiful city too! It looks like a nice place to be from.

  5. It just goes to show that you don't need to travel to some exotic locations to find beauty! It all looks so beautiful, stylish and European, I think I'm falling in love! Thank you for posting these images. The place is truly magic!