Springtime in Lucerne

Mt. Pilatus, above Lake Lucerne The D&O Diary is on assignment in Europe this week, with a first stop in the Swiss city of Lucerne (or Luzern as it is known to the locals). I had meetings there on Thursday and Friday and then I was fortunate to spend the weekend there as well. I say “fortunate” because the weather over the weekend was dead-solid perfect.   Lucerne is a relatively small city of about 81,000 people, located in central Switzerland, where Lake Lucerne (known to the natives as Vierwaldstättersee) flows into the River Reuss. Rugged mountains march away to the South, and to the immediate west, Mount Pilatus looms over the city (as reflected in the picture at the top of the post).     Perhaps Lucerne’s most well-known local landmarks are the two wooden covered bridges that cross the river in the city’s historic Aldstadt. For some reason, both of the bridges cross the river diagonally. Alongside the more famous of…

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