Hotel Bayerischer Hof
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... through the cobblestone stone streets with colorful buildings and went in more churches. Throughout the day we also made two stops in Austria. First, we made a quick stop in the town Bregenz but we're not that impressed so then drove to Sulzberg Austria which is located in the Alps. We found a really nice place for a picnic and munched on croissants while taking in the beautiful view of the Alp mountains surrounding us. Not a bad place for a ...
We woke up to a beautiful day, no rain in sight yippee!! We wanted to get away nice and early so we put on a few layers and quickly packed our things and got down to our bikes right at dawn. Rhys' bike had glass all over it and a mark on a pannier as if someone had smashed a whole window on it or something, very strange. We kicked away as much glass as possible – there was a lot!- and carefully got his bike out without running over any large pieces, ...
... walk 40mins up there, and four, the castle was completely covered in scaffolding anyway (and I could see them both from the ground). So I was soon on my way again heading towards Lichtenstein. The trip took 2.5 hours and took me from Germany, through Austria, through Switzerland and into Lichtenstein, going past fields, forests, towns and the huge Alps (as well as through alot of rain). ...
... t have an afternoon sleep so he was getting pretty grizzly so we quickly ate and then headed upstairs to put him to bed. We were pretty tired so we went to bed at the same time as him! He woke up around 1am and was determined to not go back to sleep despite all our efforts! His eye teeth are still causing him a lot of pain. So we let him run around the hotel room for awhile and then I managed to cuddle him back off to ...
I've found that that a great way to learn about a region and its people is through its food culture – and for this area, it refers to the famous Appenzeller cheese. Since it was supposed to rain all day long, we figured it would be a perfect day for indoor activities. The part of the cheese factory open to visitors is quite small and it's a self-guided tour. The tour consists of a series of panels (some interactive) that explain the raw materials, ...
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