I remember a winter when we used to live in New York City. That winter New York was hit by a huge snowstorm, one that dumped so much snow that cars were literally buried in the stuff. Not only did I lose the car keys in the snow, that snowstorm was a pretty bad storm even by New York standards. By
Romanian Switzerland standards, however, it could be considered a joke.
Update: Turns out this is a photo of Lake Geneva, Switzerland not of a place in Romania. Sorry for the confusion everybody! Thanks Miki for notifying me of my mistake.
The following is a photograph of the
2011/2012 2004/2005 winter season in a seaside Romanian city Lake Geneva, Switzerland. As you can see, everything is literally frozen:
…And here I thought we have it bad in the States. Note to self: never visit
Romania Switzerland in the winter.