There must have been someone very special at the Verkehrshaus today. Lots of security and a military helicopter for a quick getaway. For Little, Little, gartenbahns trump helicopters. She wasn’t too interested.
Water transportation is by far the most preferential. And we have been having the weather to take advantage of it. Off to Schloss Meggenhorn for a few hours. Getting close to walnut harvesting time! . . . . . . .
Another from the “Swiss Cathedral” series. This one is right around the corner of where we live and we hear the bells tolling at all hours. Sentikirche Rosa Mystica, Luzern.
We found a new gartenbahn in the area, thanks to a friend. In Rothenburg, we spent the afternoon at the Liliputbahn Chärnsmatt. The gartenbahn line and scenery is quite elaborate. Caution, good posture while riding the train is not recommended when approaching tunnels.
Today, a boat ride to the base of Mt. Bürgenstock. At the drop-off point there is a funicular railway line that slowly ascends the mountain on a cogwheel track. It is the oldest electric funicular railway in Switzerland, opening in 1888. A lot of construction happening at the top of the mountain. It must have […]
From the billboard collection. . . . . . . . . .
Magazzini del Sale, No.viagra pills 262, Dosorduro. La Biennale 2011. This piece, The Cowboy Code, 2011 by Ahmed Mater was part of a group exhibition called ‘The Future of a Promise…Contemporary Art from the Arab World.’ This piece is made up entirely of plastic cap gun discs and the text is legible by way of […]
And here are some of my favorite pieces (and images at the bottom) taken from the Arsenale site of la Biennale.
Here are some of my favorite pieces (and images) taken from the Giardini site of la Biennale.
Our first full day in Venice was spent wandering around at a leisurely pace. One stop, which we made sure not to miss this time, was the Peggy Guggenheim Collection. We also took advantage of the many satellite exhibits of la Biennale held throughout the city.