After Kunsthaus, it was time to visit Museum Reitberg that houses Buddhist and Hindu art from China, India, Japan, and Southeast Asia. There were some Tibetan bronzes, African masks and sculptures, and artworks from the ancient Americas, too. Continue reading
Had you been up at 1.30 am local time and warmed up yourself with the pre-match euphoria that gave a 50-50 chance to the greatest tennis rivals, you would have just empathised with Roger double-faulting at the opening point of the match.
Nerves. That’s what it was. Continue reading
Stroll down Café Kafka (refer to my earlier post on Basel) and you will see Munster Cathedral spittled with the shadows of bare winter trees keeping the medieval spirit intact. With a mixture of Roman and Gothic architecture, this 12th century cathedral was rebuilt after a devastating earthquake in 1356. Forever under restoration, Continue reading