Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge: 17.08.2016

Stairs River Aar

Taking a walk from our home to the River Aar, Feldbrunnen, Switzerland, down the steps to the river bank and follow the river until you meet the path going up to home again.

Pavement in Bern - covered

You rarely get wet in the capital town of Switzerland, Bern, because all the paths in the old town are covered by arches. It is the style of the main street. One of the reasons I like going to Bern, you do not really need an umbrella or raincoat.

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge: 17.08.2016

13 thoughts on “Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge: 17.08.2016

  1. That’s why all the malls in our region are covered. If not, no one could go there in the winter. In the southwest, streets are covered by awnings to keep them shady. Different climate, but same result. It’s really HOT down there.

    I guess there’s a hard winter in Bern. Great pictures.

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    • Bern main streets are an exception. It is the style of the city and you are not allowed to change anything. The roads and streets otherwise in Bern are normal and very well cared for in Winter and the snow and ice are cleared away regularly.


    • Switzerland seems to be one big postcard sometimes. I find it hard to believe that there are actually people here that go to work for their living πŸ™‚


  2. I agree with Daily Musings – the first is like a postcard. I love the idea of arch covered paths; my favorite weather is overcast; lol I always feel like I am going to burst into flames in direct sun. So glad I finally have some time to catch up with my favorite bloggers.

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