The Long-Standing Online Campaign, beginning in Germany, travelling through Italy and Greece to the Sea of Azov.
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Saturday, May 31, 1650
Following a winding road out of the principal Alps, the party descends some hundreds of feet along the river valley. Much of the afternoon is taken with following the edge of an immense, beautiful lake on the west. Later you will climb out of that valley, then into another where, before nightfall, nine o'clock, you'll finally reach the little town of Zug, upon Lake Zug, below a small mountain rising 1,500 ft. above the town. A sign on the road pointing at the mountain designates it 'The Zugerberg.'
Zug has a wall, and will cost 5 c.p. each to enter if the party wishes to find a bed for the night; the animals will also cost 5 c.p. An inn room will be a s.p. each, and stabling for each animal 2 s.p. each. Travel gets expensive.
Andrej, the party will need to eat a pound and a half of food each, though they might choose to buy food at the Inn (the cost is listed on the Zurich Innkeeper's table (from the file sent last night). Tomorrow, Sunday, will be a market day, if people would like to buy goods here in Zug, where most everything on the list will be available. It will take a half day to travel to Zurich, so it would be possible to travel there and still enjoy the market day.
Buying in Zug or Zurich will cost the party half a day's travel.