Hotel Station Zug
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We had breakfast and then walked along the Ruess River - which is right on our doorstep. There is a weekly twice (Tuesday and Saturday) market just along the bank. The prices are in the picture, u gotta believe to see it , but tomato's cost approximately RM 70 per kilo. We then walked towards the St.Peters chapel which is the ending of the Chapel bridge (Kapellbrucke). The bridge was constructed at 1400's and named after the St.Peters chapel adjoining it. ...
... buildings are wooden chalets with slate roofs to keep the snow off. This picturesque village even has a blue-grey coloured stream running mountain water though the village. The whole village smells of fireplaces and crisp snow air. When you think of what a mountain village in the Swiss alps should be like, this is it.
All year around people ski Zermatt's Matterhorn mountain /glacier which is 14,690 ft high. It's the end of summer, a chilly 10 degrees, and ...
We travelled over to Lucerne via the Zentralbahn, which seems to be a special line on the Swiss railway system. I suspect this may be because it uses cogs for some sections, can't be sure, but we did go up and down some very steep hills, and there appeared to be a cog track in the middle of the rails for those sections. We had panoramic 1st class tickets, and its definitely the off season, as we were the only people in our carriage ...
Cooked a tasty omelette for breakfast n then dived in the lake for a swim. Very refreshing n did a lot of relay lengths. Had a shower n treated my legs to a shave :) then walked into town for a wander. Visited the diving board n had a few goes splashing about until I jumped into another bit n cut my foot :s
Next up was a paddle board session on the lake! Hired some SUP boards n cruised out along the lake- perfect! Never able to be sensible we then ...
... to the milking station, and after milking would stay
inside, eating the freshly cut grass and hay, for the night. In the
morning - 5.30 am - they were milked again, and let out to graze - a
LOUD tinkling of the bells to wake us. A new version of the dawn
chorus for us. Claudia's older sister Suzanne was in charge of the
milking. Then a walk around the farm, and we learned the unusual
methods of farming they ...