Switzerland sits between France, Italy and Germany. They have at least three or four active languages there, and a cuisine that matches that mixing. The terrain is densely mountainous, but not so high as, say, Colorado. So the air is not thin, and it is not so dry - there are verdant grasses beneath those ski slopes, and in the summer, Europeans on ski holidays will be replaced by cud-chewing cows.
|Risotto in a parmesan wheel in Gstaad.|
|Jane stands before Zorg's Tower in Thun.|
|Here's a Paul Klee puppet in Bern.|
|Jane and I sit amongst giant plastic chess pieces in Geneva.|
|2003 Switzerland: Gstaad | Thun | Bern | Geneva|