Mansions dotted the hills around the lake.
Intricate paintings on the sides of the buildings.
I took a couple of photos of this building to emphasize the date. I was fascinated by how old some of the buildings were.
This one almost has a Russian look to it.
This plaza was graced by another fountain.
Sidewalk fruit stand.
A restaurant where we had lunch.
Beautiful cathedral. Below are some interior pictures.
There were intricate carvings in almost all the churches.
The guide told us that the pulpit was in the middle of the church for sound reasons since they didn’t have audio systems in the 1500’s. Also, the pastor could look down on a particular person he might have in mind.
In our next installment, we will take a boat ride up the river and take a cog railway up the Alps.