Hotel Restaurant Guggital
Travel Blogs from Zug
... all our rubbish in, for which there was a charge of 90 cents...and instructed us to return for another one when that was full...yeah whatever! The site seems to be run very strictly, but I have to say it was quite a nice site. We settled down for the rest of the day and again sat in the sun! Very hot but cooled down really quickly once the sun had gone down...not used to that - its been so warm in the evenings in Italy. ...
After moving out to Zug in April 2010 and Sam in April 2011 it was time to say goodbye to not only the quaint little town of Zug but also our wonderful friends. Dinners, drinks and boats on the lake all made for a wonderful few days/weeks of going away ...
... left my comfort zone for a whole year.
Thanks so much to everyone who said their goodbyes at the bash or at the airport..
For memory reasons and of course for you peeps back home I'll try my best to post here as much as I can - well in fact I just want to make you all jealous..;)
So, stay tuned..
we didn't swim.
Then home to cook THE BREAKFAST. Small servings as Claudia felt they
might not like too much - she had experienced it in Omokoroa.
A walk around the local village with Claudia and her Mum, showed us
Swiss life - everything so tidy, fresh and well organised. And
Midday dinner was for Michael's birthday (from Friday). Dad had
cooked a ...
As a gift for his birthday, Brian received a lovely little box of treats from Sprungli. He texted me from the office to warn me to save room for dessert that night. Sprungli is one of the better known chocolatiers in town. ...