Bulkley Square is located at the end of Bankhov Street, south of Parade Square. It is named after the famous architect Arnold Bulkley of Zurich. This is also the terminal at the end of Zurich's Hubei Province. There are ticket windows around the lake beside the Bulkley Square, and there are boats around the lake at the terminal of the Square. It's good to see the lake here and the scenery by the lake.
At noon everybody was there to enjoy the lake view and have lunch. There was a sausage shop around. There was a long queue. There was also a coop. The sandwich at the coop entrance was recommended. The salmon one was slightly salty, but it was really delicious and the price was fair.
There is a natural side in the prosperity, the scenery is very good, and this side can also browse small commodities, and activities, but the sanitation is a little poor, garbage thrown on the ground. It's beautiful to see mountains, lakes and trees in close view.