City-Hotel Ochsen Zug
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Renee walked us to the train station, where we had to say goodbye. From there, Lisa and I got on the second class (the horror!) 10:10 train to Zurich. The ride was less than an hour, and we spent it talking to a lovely French girl who is living in Switzerland with her boyfriend, who was on her way to Amsterdam for a wedding. She gave us some tips about where to go, which nicely complemented the tips that my friend Thorben gave ...
... Unfortunately there was not the best customer service so we probably stayed there longer than we intended. After our little tea break it was time to head to the train station and make our decent and travels back to Hottwil, turns out everyone else though this was a grand idea as well. Two to three hours later we were back at our humble adopted Switzerland home tucking in to some left overs before we all crashed out totally exhausted from the day's ...
... at the prices of a drink!! Very expensive!! I also still feel
like I am moving which is not nice, same as when u get off a boat n keep swaying. I may chuck up at some point soon. But at least we now have beautiful fresh air!!
Will hop on a train shortly to get out into the countryside a bit more n find a campsite or a lake to wash in :)
So we checked out the map n went for somewhere next ...
... the top floor bedroom - 3 stories up, with a beautiful
view across the farm to the Swiss Alps, covered in snow.
In the morning Claudia took us to the local village where there was
a market day and entertainment. Not your rather untidy, messy
market, but a pristine set-up with crisp stalls spaced out, with
quality items to sell. Glass, pottery, wood sculpture, food and
eateries. Am I allowed to say "so ...
... cuts through 2 -3 meters depth of snow! The other side of the pass zigzags down (making loops with the railway line that we can now see is a cog rail – far too steep for anything else) the near vertical side of the mountain into Andermatt, then continues its plunge down a very steep narrow valley, til we pop out just after the end of the Gottard Tunnel and less than 60 mins easy driving until we are back at Pete & Kay’s home. ...