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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... spent saying goodbye to all of our amazing friends and trying not to cry (Nic anyway). This entailed a lot of eating and drinking and a lot of hugs. The day had arrived and with a 6 am flight this meant a very early wake up call, but we were rewarded by getting upgraded to business class on our flight. This was the best thing, as all of the excitement was a good distraction as we took off from Sydney. With the ...
... to grappa) before dunking it into the melted cheese
and eating it. It may not sound like much but it's divine.
Day two saw a train trip to Luzern which is two hours by train and a
short trip to Zurich to see all things Christmas. Check out my blog entries
about those two places.
Day three saw a relaxed morning and another lovely lunch before going
to St Gallen ...
... most places close, but we did find a nice wine bar to warm us from the 7 degrees. Jenny had a Schnitzel and I had a Deer Ragout with Spatzle, delicious. Had cold cuts in our room that night and a nice wine. Next day went out after breakfast to the car ferry from Meersburg to Konstance. The Ferry ride was nothing like Italy there was a system to line up and board in order, you paid the conductor once on board, but remember, "Don't pay the ferryman till you get to the other side." ...
... at indoor fairs, these towns have small wooden booths which take several weeks to set up that fill their streets and squares. Lindau's market does start until next week.
For a small place it has lots of different restaurants. Greek, Italian, French, Donairs (of course), Swiss, German and Sardinian. Yes, yes I know that Sardinia is part of Italy.
The Sardinian one was interesting. It was like a Sardinian import store ...
... the stress of the tunnel we stopped at the next service station, struggled to park and Nikki had a Big Mac for being so brave.
The most remote campsite of the entire trip was at Raggal, yes Camping Grosswalsertal (47.21585, 9.8537) still had a plastic slide and sandpit for the children, but the campground itself was just a slightly sloping field, and a brilliant field at that, each pitch affording fantastic panoramic views of the valley beneath.