Travel Blogs from Zug
It had to come eventually.
My lazy day.
Also had to come eventually.
Isn't it awesome they they both came on the same day???
I got up late, Francoise was out, so I went back to bed.
I had juice and cheese..lots of cheese. And random other things from her fridge.
And I watched movies all day. And danced around the house. And sang because we have no neighbours.
Late breakfast. Followed by visit to the national Swiss museum. Visit with Zurich card makes it free. Spent 2 hours plus. Had lunch at Grand Café Motta Limatquaai. Then took tram (free by card) to cafe Springuly for coffee, chocolate drink and macrons. Then took tram to Fine Arts museum for a visit. Nice. Spent until 5pm. Took tram back to Paradeplatz to see Manor. Bought swimwear for Lakssmitha. Then to Limmatquai at 82, to ...
Five trains and 9 hrs later we are in expensive Zermatt, Switzerland. We were stung again by the train reservation costs. Four of the train's reservation costs were $60. We were told by the ticket office that we didn't need a train reservation for the 5th train to Zermatt. This was actually incorrect as it isn't included on the Eurail ticket even though it shows up on the Eurail website as any other train. (The fine print hey!) So we forked out $130 to the ...
... Grindelwald is a small town tucked away in the alps. It's so appealing to travelers and backpackers, because you can see three of Switzerland most iconic mountains Monch, Eisen, and Jungfrau. Jungfrau is the considered to be the top of Europe standing over 14000 feet. It also has a train station which is the highest in the world taking you up to 11000 feet. Unfortunately from Grindelwald, a train ticket to the tip is 170 franks one way. This is close to ...
... had driven us to craziness. Just before midnight we finally arrived in Zurich. Niko quickly ushered us home, where we jumped into the last few clean and presentable clothing we had left and out we went. Time to explore Zurich night life! We went to 'Langstrasse', which was ironically pretty similar to Long Street back home. Except that we couldn't afford anything. Anything. Really. (5,50Franks for a beer!). After a good night of dancing to funk, we walked home (also a foreign ...
Other places to stay in Zug
Industiestrasse 14, Zug | 4 star hotelfrom $244
Chamerstrasse-Chollerstrasse 1a, Zug | Hotelfrom $177
Baarerstrasse 97, Zug | Hotelfrom $186
Am Kolinplatz 11, Zug | 3 star hotelfrom $266
Baarerstr. 73, Zug | 2 star hotelfrom $187
Zugerbergstrasse 46, Zug | Hotelfrom $186
Landsgemeindeplatz 1, Zug | Hotelfrom $266