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Highlight of tours of CERN include seeing actual sections of the Lare Hadron Collider with a section of the exterior cut away to show the pipes through which the photon beams travel

Geneva held no fascination for me. It was just another Swiss city with a pretty lake and exorbitant prices. But it offered one thing that other destinations in Switzerland could not:...

The Bernina Express Railway is the only train to go up and over the alps rather than through them, negotiating 55 tunnels and 196 bridges during its four-hour journey

“I think I can, I think I can!” The mantra made famous by the children’s book, The Little Engine That Could, ran through my mind as the Bernina Express train climbed...

The narrow streets and winding alleys in the Old Town of Chur, Switzerland are car-free, with scores of shops, cafes, restaurants, hotels, & bars

Click on title to view photo in large format. The Old Town of Chur is among the best preserved in Switzerland. One of its most interesting buildings is the Zschaler House,...

Buildings that surround the Episcopal Courtyard in Chur, the oldest town in Switzerland

Click on title to view photo in large format. In Chur, Switzerland, pretty buildings surround the courtyard of Saint Mary Assumption Episcopal Cathedral. Modern versions of historic wood chalets, they incorporate...

Monte San Salvatore rises on one side of the crescent bay where the town of Lugano, Switzerland graces the shores of Lake Lugano

Click on title to view photo in large format. The iconic Monte San Salvatore, rising abruptly from the shore of Lake Lugano, is the most famous sight in the city of...

A couple of weeks ago I received an email thanking me for posting photos of the old buildings in the village of Matten, Switzerland on my blog. The message, which was...