Quality Swisshotel Zug
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... So I happily followed his instructions, even though spending money in the pharmacy in an airport is the last thing I wanted to do. It's the whole 'ease' thing - they charge heaps.
But I ended up shakily drinking down a bit of water and nausea tablets...exciting happy life I lead isn't it.
And then I went and just sat. At the gate. With ...
... hotel - picked up bags and boarded the Zurich bound train at 1035am. Must have been our shortest trip in any town in the Europe tour. One thing we couldn't manage to visit was the Lion monument - which is the other part of town and would have taken our time. "The dying Lion of Lucerne" it's natural rock and in memory of those that dies heroic deaths and the Tuileries in 1792. Its described as the "saddest and most moving piece of rock in the world". ...
... town and just window shop you can tell the type of people who holiday here by the number of Rolex shops in the tiny Main Street. Hundreds of watches valued between $10,000-$60,000 are displayed in the windows of closed shops. The watches over that and up to $110,000 are taken down at night times. I'll giggle now when walking past a Michael Hill Jeweller shop who take their $50 stuff out of the windows at night. I have also never seen so many Swiss Army ...
... white swans gliding gracefully over the water, and locals strolling along the promenades on the banks. Trav and I went for a swim in the chilly waters of the lake at the end of a hot day. Really cool experience (pun intended).
Zurich has a very cosmopolitan feel to it, too. Lots of shopping, expensive cars, night clubs, and even a Hare Krishna festival ...
... Alpine Experience”. This is where the Disney feel came from. There is a HUGE snowglobe filled with moving wood figures that represent different parts of Swiss culture with lights and music that change with the movements of the figures. There were large edelweiss flowers all over the walls and large wood statues to take photos with. People-moving conveyor belts passed us through long hallways with murals of Swiss countryside, memorials to men ...