On Sunday, my second day in Zürich, I decided it was time to add some art in the mix, but first it was time for a morning coffee. The girl sitting next to me was keeping a diary, while I was drinking my cappuccino.
Right after that, it was time for some art, as the weather was getting foggy and rainy.
On the way to the museum, I took a short detour and entered a private garden hoping for some good view, but it was just that. A beautiful garden.
The museum of modern art in Zürich holds a collection of important works of art and a favorite of mine: one of Monet’s water lilies.
I was over with the museum around lunch time and I went out to find a place to eat a proper burger. Mission accomplished!
Then I visited a place that is very difficult to pronounce as non-german speaking person, Schanzengraben-promenade, which is basically an idyllic canal you can walk along. By the time I arrived, the rain was picking up.
On the way back to the center, I got an iced latte and sat on a bridge. At that point the rain had stopped, but some grey clouds were approaching.
What happened next was a quite heavy storm. It was the kind of storm that will get you soaked in water even though you have a omprella.
When I found a safe place to sit and wait for the bus, I felt so happy to be in such a beautiful place during that rainy day, even though my shoes and pants were dripping water and my hair was a mess.
ps. Zürich: Day one.