|Kapellbrüke, or Chapel Bridge, originally built in
1333, is the oldest covered bridge in Europe. Spanning
Lake Lucerne, with a lovely waterfront dotted by
cafés, surrounded by the Swiss Alps. Beautiful!
|The Pfistern family tree, complete with branches depicting
the coats of arms of families that lived in Lucerne.
Impressive enough on paper, but what a mural.
|Writer Goethe was actually German, but stayed here
in Lucerne for a while, dreaming up: “There are
only two lasting bequests we can give our children.
One is roots, the other is wings.”
|How crazy are these James Brown Easter bunnies.
Yeah! I feel GOOD!
|“Oh… jah!” We’ve been eating a little too well on this trip.|
|Signs like these are in all major cities in Europe. You
know exactly when your bus is arriving at the stop.
American mass transit is behind the power curve.