Hotel Restaurant Guggital
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... bread roll I got in case I felt like I wasn't going to chuck it back up again.
I've so far managed to eat a scrap of bread...the size that would insult a duck if you threw it at it.
And my flight is delayed so yay for my day going brightly and smoothly.
Lisa Xo ...
Today, I spent my day reading and dancing around the house like a loon.
Well most of it.
I slept in a tiny bit today, because why not, and then because Francoise's house is so pretty, and I was home alone...I pretended it was mine ok? I danced around drinking freshly squeezed juice pretending I owned a pretty little flat in Zug, near a pretty little lake and life was going to stay a joyous non-working dream forever.
I got a ...
... first saw it, but later on it became clear it was somewhat of a hit with locals and tourists alike. We continued on to Munich which would be our overnight stay. Niether Kate nor I were very impressed with Munich, so we opted to have a quiet night. We dined at a local Bavarian restaurant which turned out to be very enjoyable and tasty, before heading back to our room tired and ready for ...
... for lunch. We were now in the Italian part of Switzerland and Toni was able to say some meaningful things and communicate with the locals. As always however, Duncan, Stefan and Urs's white Swiss Shepherd was the centre of attention. Everyone wanted to pat and photograph him. He is a beautiful dog so this was no surprise. After lunch and many many glasses of wine we continued further around the shores of the lake to where we could catch a very ...
... height: 15.8599996566772px;">I bought a KLM ticket Zurich-Amsterdam-Lima and back, open for one year. Got a new iPad a new Sony Cybershot some travel guides (Richtig Reisen; Suedamerika) learned some more spanish and I was reading a lot about the continent to visit.
First of all a farewell dinner ...