Quality Swisshotel Zug
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- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... swimming in lakes, champagne!
Anyway, what started as a movie and a glass of champagne ended with me throwing up in the toilet (clearly threw up the classy life and that went down the drain) - although, it just wasn't alcohol. I didn't feel right.
I had no idea what it was, but we went home then and i've never felt so euugh.
So for the most part today was a classy one...let's remember that part shall we?
... welcoming arms of my cousin Laurence and his beautiful partner Francesca. We are more than thankful to be staying with family for the next two nights. They even invited us out to a 35th birthday with them. Similar to the experience in Bordeaux, it's nice to be dressed up and having a break from being a traveller. It only took a few hours in their company to feel reenergised and continue along our journey.
What we should be doing today is having a day to ...
... or a pot roast stew. We have been absolutely positively spoiled, and our bellies show it. Their is so much to see in Switzerland. The cool thing about it is that it's fairly small, so Jake and I have seen a lot. Our eurail passes work here, so we can pretty much hop on any Swiss train for free. Weve been to Zurich, Zug, Lucerne (my favorite), the top of the Pilatus via cog train ( this is where Pontius Pilate is thought to be buried), Interlocken, ...
After moving out to Zug in April 2010 and Sam in April 2011 it was time to say goodbye to not only the quaint little town of Zug but also our wonderful friends. Dinners, drinks and boats on the lake all made for a wonderful few days/weeks of going away ...
Our next stop after Füssen was Zurich to visit Niko, a good friend of ours. We just had slight ....er technical difficulties getting there. When we went to the train station, there was no train. Instead we were herded onto busses. So it was no surprise that we were delayed and, of course, missed our connecting train to Zurich. We were stuck. In Buchloe (we didn't know the city either). So for 2 hours we ate horrible ice cream, played catch with an orange and scared people away, ...