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Travel Blogs from Zug
Kelli and I decided to visit the city of Zug, the capital of the canton of the same name, so we caught a train from Rotkreuz. It was pouring rain and the previously calm waters of Lake Zug were iron grey and large waves were crashing against the shoreline.
We walked around the city and along the shoreline of Lake Zug and stumbled upon an aviary where we were entertained by chattering parrots and a mynah ...
... we felt it was more important to catch the train to Zurich for the day. Switzerland has no Sunday trading so it probably wasn't the best of days to visit. Zurich was dead quiet, very grey and cold. A beautiful city all the same. Nothing better to warm the cockles than Swiss hot chocolate and Swiss apple strudel with Swiss Movenpic ice cream.
To end our fantastic stay with Laurence and Francesca we (Dave) cooked our (Dave's) speciality dish, 'no butter, ...
..every RTW-trip starts with a lot of organising and packing. I struggled with organising for a long time whereas the packing was actually the easiest part of the whole preparation. After a week of running around like a chicken without a head, I was finally ready to rumble..! After an awesome farewell bash with all the beloved ones, ...
... the two bowls we had filled to
the strawberry farm were disappearing so fast - Claudia and her
father too continually dipped in.
For the evening meal we prepared the basil leaves salad, and
stawberries with camenbert. Both seemed a hit. And left-overs from
Early Sunday morning Claudia and her Dad planned a swim at the local
lake, so we went along - the water was surprisingly ...
Well today Hans, Regina and myself ventured to Lucerne to take a boat to the Mountains. The boat went along lake Lucerne and came to a tourist spot that we could take a tram sort of machone up a steep mountainside to see the nice scenery and to hike along a path that brought us to what I call the elevator in the sky. Ok I am not that afraid of heights but this made me ...