We walked for about four hours in Bern on Saturday. I shared some of the photos with you already but thought I’d share a few more.
There was a big market where we bought some fruit to snack on.
We watched a rally supporting Georgia. The sign reads “The more Europe cares, the fewer are the victims!”
I took a photo of this metal man at the end of May. He has gotten a bit greener since then!
One of the Bern bears in the bear pit. It makes me sad to see the bears sitting back waiting for someone to drop food into their mouth. I really wish the city would build a more spacious enclosure that resembled a more natural habitat for the bears. I thought I read that the city was going to but now I can’t find any information on it.
I was dying to read the card that dangled from the bright red balloon.
Picture perfect windows.
I love the contrasts in this photo but the refection is my favorite part.
We ended up walking to the bridge and crossing it to explore the other side.
Swiss colors (red and white) give the building color and life.
Every time I walk by this building I can’t help but admire it.
The color and lines screamed to be photographed. The added element of men pulling vending machines across boards certainly made it more interesting.
The old Embassy of the United States of America in Bern. Notice that the lettering has been removed from the building but the words are still legible.
The building has two of these light fixtures attached to the building near an entrance that was not fenced in. Even if the building stands empty the symbols remain.