Hotel Station Zug
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... to shop here. At the end of Lake we went to eat at the Limmatquai for a very nice pasta meal. There is nothing really Swiss in most places. And then we walked towards the Wanserkirche (water church). Then to the Grossmunster to visit the church that Calvin preached and has crypts dating back to 15th century. Then walked across the river to the other side to visit Fraumunster, which is another old church with a green minaret with stained glasses and ...
... count on a few fingers how many grumpy days we (meaning me) have had in the last 4 months. This morning was one of them. The one day per town / country, lack of sleep from the hostels, not enough food or nutritional food from the lack of money and being ill really takes its toll every now and again. I can't describe how weird it is when those times are randomly placed just before you meet up with someone who turns it all around. We were greeted at Zug train ...
... I never actually realized how large lake luzern was until you see it from this high up. The photos we took did not do it justice at all. From frakmuntegg we then transferred onto an serial cableway which took us up to the top at Pilatus klum to talking 7000ft. We spent a good few hours exploring around here climbing rock stairs to lookout points higher up, struggling of course, but living the views. Eating lunch up here cost us an arm and a leg but was awesome schnitzel ...
... mountain ranges. Absolutely gob smacked we both just stared!
Ok so we have to stay here :) so then made our way round the lake unable to take our eyes of its beauty and asked about a campsite. There was one a 20 minute walk around.
Soooo happy and excited as we are right next to the lake in a swimming area so after setting up camp we dived into the welcoming (if a little cold) and refreshing water. ...
... me well - only for Chris to realise she had forgotten.
The family was highly amused!
Then we were off to pick strawberries. Lots of people streaming out
with huge bowls heaped full of very large strawberries. The picking
was quick, just as well as it was hot. Jokes about eating as you
pick, and Claudia consumed enough for the three of us. (Even while
she was meant to be picking peas!)