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... Gruyeres which is famous for its cheese or so we thought. The village itself is a collection of old buildings full of souvenirs with lots of cow bells and cow emblazoned mugs, t-shirts and more. Not much cheese to be had which we thought was pretty strange. However there were plenty of tourists so after a quick visit we headed to our next destination. So far we'd found Switzerland a little unfriendly and expensive so we were keen to find ...
... and split by the German/Swiss border. So right now, across the lake we can stare at the wonder that is the Swiss Alps, and very fetching they look too. All hickeldy-pickledy and some rising up well above the horizon of Bodensee. The lake is so enormous that, like Titicaca, it has a beach. We are way too tired to lay on the beach. It's warm here. And, obviously, dry. Last night was another freezing one in Alsace and, beautiful as the spot was, it was nice to ...
... of Constance would leave their lights on and the bombers would think that it was part of Switzerland and not drop their bombs. Its right on the boarder. Full of history and amazing buildings and people were everywhere. It was great to walk through and enjoy. We thought about having dinner in this delightful town but because we were free camping decided to head back. We had our own party at the beast and took advantage of the fact that we had no neighbours and turned the music ...
... Melody were off again. This time they went up the steep hill farther into Meersburg. There were a number of interesting stores and Melody went into a few but did not buy anything. She also reminded Dave he was supposed to look for baby clothes. We looked but did not see anything that we liked. Melody and Dave did see a working water wheel on their tour.
Meeting up with Ann and Marion it was time to go for supper. We had a supper at a restaurant along the water. ...
... part of Switzerland, along the Western Shore of the Bodensee, wasn't very scenic; the buildings were industrial and there were too many traffic lights along the road. After a brief traverse of a narrow part of Austria, we were finally back in Germany and eventually made it back to Lindau. It was a very long day of driving!
The hotel had warned us that they didn't have a parking space that we could rent for tonight, so we parked in ...