BEST WESTERN PREMIER Hotel Weisses Kreuz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... queues at the Auguille du Midi. Phillip decided he didn't want to view the great heights of the mountain so I went alone, although I wasn't really alone because each gondola holds about 60 people. So up we went from about 1,000 metres at Chamonix to 3,842m. I know from my experiences in Peru last year that I'm not great at altitude so I wasn't surprised to feel really woozy and short of breath up there but it was really worth it. The views ...
... the 3000ft or so from the mountains. I'd planned on this being a warm European home and the last two nights have come as something of a shock. So climb down we did, via Le Collet where we were so nearly sandwiched yesterday, towards, but not to, Colmar. France definitely had more cyclists, mad cyclists, than cars. Being held up behind a peloton only served to show us more of the grand view of Alsace-Lorraine. Then there followed a few ridiculously straight, ...
... 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 ...
... countries in one day! We were going to have three meals I three countries but did not work out this time. We took the train from konstanz, to Kreuzlingen ( Switzerland ) then changed trains another three times until we got to Bregenz ( Austria ). During the trip we followed the lake, often there was just a small dirt road following the tracks. We saw farms, vineyards, beautiful houses right on the lake. We also saw a variety of swimming beaches, some public others with ...
... long ago. It reminded me of a modern-day cruise ship - though it was scary to read that they had actual dedicated smoking facilities on a hydrogen-filled dirigible!
After the museum, we went to the lakeshore to climb the Moleturm, an open staircase leading to a lookout tower. Nice views of the town and the Lake. We spent a little more time wandering the town, and found a Zeppelinbrunnen - a fountain with an airship motif. But it ...