Sundays in Basel. Those of you who know me already, also know that I'm a person of action. I'm full of energy and always on the move. And I love changes. In the past years, I lived in four different countries, worked in three of them and then suddenly moved to Switzerland, where my reality completely changed. 90% of my time I'm the kind of "Let's do this, let's do that" person, but since I live in Basel I'm learning to find the balance, take it easy once in a while and just have time for myself. If we're not on the adventure, this is what Sunday is for me. I love how life slows down for a bit and how the city changes its rhythm for a day. It's the best day to enjoy a lazy morning, bake Zopf or to have a nice brunch with friends (someone actually told me that you're not a local if you don't brunch in the weekend). And how pleasant are those afternoon strolls and cosy evenings at home! Love Basel.
The view: amazing @hotelkrafftbasel ❤️ Thank you for your hospitality ✨ #girlinbasel#hotelkrafftbasel
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📍Adelboden , Switzerland 🇨🇭
💡Interesting facts :
🔸Adelboden is a mountain village and a municipality in Switzerland, located in the Frutigen-Niedersimmental administrative district in the Bernese Highlands.
🔸One of the most famous of the World cup races is staged each winter at Chuenisbargli in Adelboden. This slope is universally considered as the most tough giant slalom course. Through the ski season, it is open to even the amateurs. A steep slope at the outset followed by more level but sloping sections, and then a sharp bend leading to an extremely difficult and steep finishing slope – this is how one can define the legendary World Cup piste at this amazing place.
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