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Travel Blogs from Sankt Gallenkirch
... a nice dinner before heading back through weather as miserable as it was going up - will this ever end?
Got home about 23.15, wound down and hit the sack – at least I did, Nicole, Vadim and Joanne were trying to encourage Aidan to settle down - after checking for skin growing between our toes.
Mind you, the Alameda gang who live in sunshine all the time (poor things!) are quite enjoying the rain – maybe they can take it back with them.
... isn't prohibited is compulsory.
- Did you know it's legislated that you can't do laundry on Sundays because it might disturb the neighbours?
- There's a special plug on your washer & dryer so they won't work until midday Monday to let industry have enough power to start after the weekend.
- A child's name must be on an approved list. Swiss parents do not have the freedom to name a ...
... for the guys to make me dinner, Zurich schnitzel - strips of veal in a mushroom cream sauce served with rosti potatoes (and snow peas). Trez yum!!
It was in the 20s when I left Vienna - here it'll go down to 2 degrees tonight.
Glad I brought some warm(ish) stuff.
... its main religion is Roman Catholic
-Originally produced in France
-Sold more than 7 million units before actually being produced in France, 1988
-An electric folding bike
-Can reach up to 25 ...
... got there we couldn't find anything open (at 2:30). We found a sign to Maccas in the next town, so we headed out there. By this time we had covered 65km in the rain and were looking for some warm comfort food and a dry place to eat it. At this stage we are in Austria. Returning to the track, we followed the Rhein before it reaches the Lake Bodensea. It has been completely straightened and the route is pretty flat. The track was smooth bitumen and ...