Quality Swisshotel Zug
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... the pictures that are placed along most part of the bridge were added. This pictures captured fighting scenes and also of the patron saints of the town - Leodegar and Mauritius. Took many pictures of the Water tower (Wasserturm) - which apparently is one of the most photographed monument in Switzerland and it stands 111.5ft high and built around 1300. Together with the Chapel bridge - they serve as an iconic landmark for Luzern. And then we walked ...
... here for snowboarding, trekking, mountain biking and ice climbing. Although we didn't take Europe's highest cable car up the Matterhorn itself ($110 per person), we appreciated its beauty from a distance. Unfortunately, many graves from the people who haven't made the trek up lay below as a solemn reminder of the dangers.
Switzerland, in many ways, is like a big South Island but 5 times the price, so for us it'll be a country of jam sandwiches for every ...
... odd occasion. The weather has been amazing since we arrived in Switzerland so it was great to cool off.
We spent the rest of our time eating chocolate :) and cheese fondue.
The cheese fondue was pretty heavy but it was really nice. We ate it with bread as well as potatoes, gerkins and pickled onions.
All in all an awesome trip to ...
... We are now setting up to make an amazing chocolate fondue- cos by the way even the really cheap chocolate here tastes like HEAVEN!!
Simon is also writing a blog about our travels, I just read his latest entry and it sounds much better than mine (he is a posh uni boy) so the link to that is
After our delicious chocolate fondue, I then treated the campsite to a musical serenade of Disney songs n dances! What a lucky ...
... for landing in fifteen minutes. That's German! Despite the pilot's assurance, just ten minutes from landing, that the weather in Zurich was fine and cloudy, like that in Frankfurt, by the time we touched down it was raining. We are getting a bit of a complex. It seems that bad weather follows our every move. I bet Hong Kong residents are dreading our arrival; bad weather there means ...