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New in zug

I moved to zug with my husband a month ago. I work from home in baar and travel a bit with my job. I am british, in my mid 30's, like most outdoors activities, love travelling and other cultures and would really to make some new friends here. Looking forward to hearing from you. Sophie
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Old 04.03.2011, 23:24
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We need to hook up for a beer then.

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Old 04.03.2011, 23:55
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Sophie, you have a PM
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Re: New in zug

Hello and welcome to Switzerland!

BTW..How come British or English speaking ladies in their 30s come to Switzerland usually with boyfriends/partners/husbands/families?
Come on girls...you are free to come here also before being in a relationship...frankly...you can start one here

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Re: New in zug

Welcome to the Forum and Zug!

I live in Baar as well. Welcome!

You might want to check out the Zug International Women's Club.

There are many expats from all over: UK, Aussie, Kiwi, Canada, US, Swiss, etc.

http://www.ziwc.ch/home.php

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You might like to check out the IMCZ/ZIWC clubs and our monthly bowling event in Meierskappel.

http://imcz.entourage-butterworth.net

Next event as you see from the calendar is 16. Mar.

As long as you tell me latest 15th March, that is OK when you are interested in a fun evening.

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Hi

I am new in Zug too. Looking for soccer enthusiasts and other international transplants.
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Re: New in zug

Does anyone here enjoy going to the pub?
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Could be time for a Zug pool meet
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Pubs are great.
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Could be time for a Zug pool meet
My wife is out of town this week. I could go for billiards and of course, beer.
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when is best for you? We could nip over to the Zugerland place
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Re: New in zug

I don't know but I have quite a few single girl friends coming out to visit. Maybe they will meet someone and stay. :msnwink

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BTW..How come British or English speaking ladies in their 30s come to Switzerland usually with boyfriends/partners/husbands/families?
Come on girls...you are free to come here also before being in a relationship...frankly...you can start one here

Cheers!

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Im not really into football but my other half is. U should start a football team and then I can meet you for drinks. Do let us know if you want to get together. Sophie
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There is a billards event next week. Bring yourself and all your friends.
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Kevlegs mentioned that but sadly we are away tha weekend. Hopefully will be here for the next one. Have no friends to bring yet part from hubby!
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Re: New in zug

Not fair, everyone seems to move to Zug! My husband works in Baar but we live in Luzern and there seems to be NO EF action here...
Welcome to Switzerland Sophie 76!
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Welcome to Switzerland Sophie 76!
Grab a train to next weeks pool evening.

I am heading up to Zurich for their Pool evening tomorrow...peasants...
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