Friday, November 8, 2013


// part three//
 We now come to the last section of my adventure in the beautiful country of Switzerland. 
 We left Les Diableret and headed (more train rides!) to the city of Geneva, where we were to stay with a missionary family we knew. 
 They gave us a tour of Geneva. It was amazing.

  Our first stop: Calvin's Cathedral - Cathedrale Saint-Pierre.
  Just like at the Cathedral in Zurich, we got to climb up the steps (150 this time!) to see a wonderful view of the city.

 We left there and walked around the city for a bit. It's such a lovely city - it made me think of the pictures I've seen of Paris.

 |Calvin's Fountain|
 |The Reformation Wall|

  Too soon it was time to leave and go to the family's house we were staying at. It wasn't in Switzerland, but across the border - in France! I was excited to cross another country off my list, although of course, all I really saw of France was this lovely view from their house:

 The next morning we were on our way to the airport to fly home to Ireland, and thus ended our adventure in Switzerland.

 I'm so thankful that I got the opportunity to visit this wonderful country. I really hope to go back some day.

 love, Hannah


  1. Wow! I really want to go there! Unfortunately I live in the US so it's sort of a long trip )-: Such Beautiful photos!

  2. Wowee! You are so lucky! (I know this is a really late comment but I'm catching up on my blogs and I couldn't resist.) I just love that last picture of France...after the beautiful architecture of Geneva, just the quiet hills were so gorgeous and peaceful...I could feel myself relaxing just looking at the picture.

    Gah! I want to travel. :P Someday...

  3. That is soo cool that you wen to family and I lived there for 2 years...we just got back to the states a couple months ago :) I'd love if you check out my blog

  4. Switzerland is soo beautiful! I love the picture of the ceiling that you took; I hope to go there some day.

  5. Wow, gorgeous pictures again! It is actually kind of crazy, but some of these pics look almost identical to Holland!