Apartment Hotel Konstanz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We had forgotten how much stuff we had sent over, and it was like Christmas come early unwrapped all of the boxes. First on the list was of course setting up the Christmas tree, everything else could wait. This is the last entry we will be making, and we want to thank everyone for reading and following our trip. We have had the best few months of our lives and now we have an exciting future to look forward to. Nic, Rog and Bruce ...
... afternoon. Check out my blog entry on St Gallen for
Day four saw another very relaxed morning including a walk down to the local Sunday markets which was very nice, however very very cold! Then we came back and had a lovely hot meal of pork spare ribs before heading off to Andy's daughter's place for a few hours in the afternoon.
And that's the end of my Switzerland ...
... out together enjoying the pools. A good day, dinner at the restaurant, nice but a bit expensive, cold cuts tomorrow. Another foggy day, did not get over 8 today and no sun. Drove towards Ravensburg and found a great pub for lunch, had a lovely meal and drinks that would be €20 dearer at our Hotel so cold cuts tonight. Leaving Lake Constance tomorrow morning for Schwabish Hall for three nights then to Strasbourg France for a week, then Paris, Singapore and home, on the countdown ...
... we have been walking all over the place. There are pretty outdoor cafes and since the weather has been good people are sitting out. Each afternoon there is a busker with bongo drums that sets up near the quai so the sound echoes through out the whole harbour. Good location for sound, not so good for his pocket as most people don't go along the quai!
Lindau like many other German towns was in full prep for their Christmas market. While we ...
... We wanted to walk through the many vineyards.
Alicyn had never been to Austria. She wanted to check it off of her list. We caught a bus to Feldkirch. It is just across the border. We only had a few hours to get back to St Gallen and meet the students, so our tour of Feldkirch was going to be short. Real short. On the way, Alicyn put her feet up and laid back on the seats. She was also eating. The bus driver appeared out of nowhere at one of the stops. We never ...