Hotel Station Zug
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... And ate more cheese (this can't be good for me).
And then when Francoise came home, we cooked dinner drank wine and watched another movie.
I tell you what...the first one we watched was awful...and thankfully the second one was wonderful.
But yeah...llaaaazzyyyy daaayyyyy.
Winning. At. Life.
Let's hope tomorrow is slightly more exciting and useful than today was.
... watches. Official Swiss Railway watches. Bought one pair for about 1300 RM. Then back to hotel for a short break before adjourning to our hotel itself for the famous Swiss Fondue (it comes recommended in travel books and Zurich guide). The cheese fondue was rich and good. The hole restaurant was having cheese fondue on their table and the place was full of people. We also ate ravioli together with that. Got back to room after ...
... So yes, thats $200 for 1 day on a train pass that we'd already paid $3000 for. However, on a positive note, we later found out that the train to Zermatt is actually one of the most scenic routes in Europe. Also the village of Zermatt is located in a pine tree covered mountain range and can only be accessed by that train. As it's not accessible by car there are obviously no cars. It has a couple of tiny, electric vehicles to cater for moving people and goods. Most ...
... dollars round trip. Not this trip, but next time I'm going back there fo sho. Instead, jake and I rented bikes and tried to bike around the base of the three mountains. We got kind of lost and it ended up being a lot more hilly than we had anticipated. We still had a great time and got some amazing pictures that don't even begin to do the sights justice. As amazing as its been to have been to do many cities in three days, we have spent a lot of time on ...
... us South Africans, who only take Rikkis home) and flopped into bed - well the airmatress that would change our lives, as Niko put it. After a proper all-you-can-eat brunch at the university the next morning, we were left to our own devices to explore, discover and venture through Zurich. We ended up sitting on a bench by the Limmat just soaking up every drop of spring sun. Back at home we cooked up a storm, before getting into our skirts to go dancing! We tried our feet at ...