“Travel to Zurich” is your only passport to all the most significant and up-to-date advices on what to see, what to do, and what unrevealed exposures are waiting! It will instantly direct... More > you to the best captivations this magnetic place can offer. No matter if you're looking for the most irresistible restaurants and bars, charismatic night clubs, or just a place to stay, this record-breaker is your supreme companion!< Less
A story of a young soldier on leave in Paris, who meets a beautiful girl. They fall is love and start a family.It is a tale of intrigue, war and international business in Zurich, the money capital of... More > the World.< Less
It is night, in the room 401.You and me: our bodies our tastes, my passionate smiles reflected in your beautiful eyes.
In the bedroom, one small hotel room, again, we are naked, real, pulsed with... More > desire.
Hotel Gregory, Zurich, "red area".
You came. I didn't expect that. Your body is my home. It will always be.
My mouth was orphans of your tongue, my mouth was an orphan of your taste.
From the beginning, hotel rooms have given us a secret shelter for our love, a clandestine, wrong, necessary love: this abyss of pleasure and pain.I am a well known erotic writer in Italy, you know, you liked that.A story of total surrender, that had to be told.
The story of an absolute desire lived afternoons and nights closed in some hotel rooms, in Zurich: the story of my fear of losing you.
We have really lived all of this. It is a luck or a damnation to be still alive?
A passion without escape, without remedy.
Zurich, Room 401: The room of farewell New revised version.< Less
With a nod to G.K. Chesterton & in response to an essay by professor Dr. Bob Kramer, respected author Aaron Joy takes up the cry that Zurich is the center of the world. It's the center of the... More > world because it is the home of love, alive via the magic of gnomes. But, what type of love? While gnomes do exist as love requires magic and magic requires magicians and a few other things Aaron points out in this sociological treatise of fantasy and wit.< Less
Until now Gottfried Semper (1803-1873) has been framed as an important theoretician but a merely historicist architect. With a few exception no scholar has so far analyzed the resonance between his... More > writings and his built works. Rather than limit himself to a historical analysis of either, the author explores in this text the consequences of thinking architectural production as the convergence of writing and building in six of Semper’s lesser known works, developed during his tenure in Zurich, Switzerland, between 1854 and 1871.< Less
A CONSULTER GRATUITEMENT sur http://editions.spiris.net/art-carnetviajacobisuisse - Me voilà parti ! Bien décidé à rallier Zurich en vingt jours avec cent euros. Vous avez... More > bien lu. Il s’agit de dépenser seulement cinq euros par jour ! Comment ? En auto-stop depuis Clermont-ferrand jusqu’à Genève, puis en randonnée et en camping sauvage sur les quatre cent cinquante kilomètres de la Via Jacobi : la voie des pèlerins qui, dans l’autre sens, mène à Santiago par le chemin de Saint-Jacques de Compostelle. Pourquoi ? Pour rejoindre mon amie Katrin qui se marie à la mi-septembre. J’en profite aussi pour améliorer ma peinture en vue de ma première commande à Saint-Emilion le mois suivant. Cette fois-ci j’ai pris deux kilos de vrai papier pour aquarelles en plus d’un réchaud, de ma tente et d’un bon sac de couchage pour parer au froid automnal.< Less