Bridges & Arches

From Segovia’s ancient Roman aqueduct to Switzerland’s fabled Devil’s Bridge

Love Locks of Pont Neuf, Paris

Doomed Love Locks of Pont Neuf

Paris may officially be known as the "City of Light," but it's at least as often referred to as the City of Love.  Until you see it in person, it's impossible to fully understand just how charming it is.  The city is famous for attractions like the Louvre, the...
London waterfront along the Thames River

‘Ello, London!

There are two things scarce matched in the Universe – the Sun in Heaven and the Thames on Earth. Sir Walter Raleigh, 1552 - 1618 From the moment we touched down at Gatwick Airport on the outskirts of London, we were hit by the city's electric energy,...

Teufelsbrücke, The Devil’s Bridge

As soon as we paid for our rather unpleasant night of camping at Lake Lucerne and were back on the road, our sense of adventure returned.  According to the website I'd found about Teufelsbrücke, it was only about 30 minutes from the lake, so we expected to be ...

The Big 3-7 In Lucerne

A year ago, we were in Hawaii on a family vacation during my birthday.  It's still weird to think that just a year later, we're now living in Switzerland and can just drive a few hours to so many neat things!  Sometimes the only hard part is deciding. (more&h...
Glacier 3000 cable car

Glacier 3000 Peak Walk

Less than 60 kilometers as a crow flies southeast of Fribourg lies the hulk of a jagged mountain chain named after le Diable himself - les Diablerets.  The Diablerets massif consists of the highest peak, its namesake which tops out at 3,210 meters (10,531 ft),...