“There is something incredibly nostalgic and significant about the annual cascade of autumn leaves.”Joe L. Wheeler
I’m not usually a big fun of fall. It’s that period of the year when the days start to become shorter, the temperature starts to drop, the sun gets covered by clouds more often and the rain starts to fall.
But this year fall came gently. As if the transition was smoother than usual.
The sunlight is still present during most of the day, the afternoons are still warm and I finally find myself in Brunnen the last week of October for a congress.
The sun is shining in the sky, the air is warm, people walk along the beautiful Lake Lucerne.
My attention is grabbed by the sight of the lake and the mountains surrounding it, while the speaker is continuing to give his presentation in German.
Lake Lucerne is the fourth biggest lake in Switzerland and it is also called the Lake of the four forested settlements as it borders Canton Uri, Schwyz, Unterwalden, as well as the canton of Lucerne.
The sight is picturesque: a multitude of colours ranging from green, to yellow, to orange and red decorated the mountains that just until a few weeks ago were displaying solely different shades of green.
A magical place, not to mention the Seehotel Waldstätterhof. A perfect place for relaxing and getting disconnected from an intense routine.
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