Quality Swisshotel Zug
Travel Blogs from Zug
... We reached zurich in 55mins - and after buying the zurich card at the tourist info office at the station itself we walked to our hotel. Its walking distance and the weather excellent. The Adler Hotel (3*) is located on rassengastrasse - as we find out part of the Alstedt (old) Zurich town and path of the walking tour. Hotel is very good and each room (ours was 103) has a name (ours - Universtat) after some location or site of zurich. Very clean and ...
... until we reached the top at 7,000ft. Time restricted us again, so we were only up there about 10 minutes before taking the 'worlds steepest cogwheel railway' down the mountain with a gradient of 48%! The railway is placed on the cliff face and twines through the mountain tunnels. From the bottom we took the 2hour boat trip along the shores of the emerald Lake Lucerne before hitting the beautiful township. It's a lovely little town with fantastic wooden foot ...
... at the prices of a drink!! Very expensive!! I also still feel
like I am moving which is not nice, same as when u get off a boat n keep swaying. I may chuck up at some point soon. But at least we now have beautiful fresh air!!
Will hop on a train shortly to get out into the countryside a bit more n find a campsite or a lake to wash in :)
So we checked out the map n went for somewhere next ...
... collection of past ones – including a few extremely sexists ones from the 1959 and 1971 referendums on female suffrage.
One of my favorite parts of the museum was that it didn’t focus simply on history as it was told, but history as it has been perceived. For example the exhibit stressed the importance of founding a national myth in a country as diverse as Switzerland. When you have a country as small as Switzerland made up of four distinct languages and ...
... the top floor bedroom - 3 stories up, with a beautiful
view across the farm to the Swiss Alps, covered in snow.
In the morning Claudia took us to the local village where there was
a market day and entertainment. Not your rather untidy, messy
market, but a pristine set-up with crisp stalls spaced out, with
quality items to sell. Glass, pottery, wood sculpture, food and
eateries. Am I allowed to say "so ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed