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Travel Blogs from Hagnau
Up and on our way by 7.45am. Bye bye, Lucerne. Driving through fog this morning. Went through Zurich... .... ( Hey. Me. Seeing Zurich ! ) Very pretty. Lots and lots of the coloured buildings. On to the Rhine Falls. Very foggy and misty. Wonderful look. Saw the boats, Mum. Watched one go right up to the base of the falls Can see why you were trying to stay away from the falls in the ...
... get some food around supper time... Watched some German (celebrity) big brother where for some reason, David Hasselhoff is one of the celebrities... he doesn't speak German.
Was super paranoid about being back on time so I rushed back.
Met up with Derya again today where we had a nice conversation over pizza/pasta, and then coffee.
Tonight I go to Frankfurt, where I will catch a plane tomorrow to Italy!
Peace and love
... was easy!
Second exercise: flooding and emptying the mask. That was easy!
Third exercise: floating. That was easy!
so actually I started to like diving. The exercises went well and I enjoyed being in the water.
We got to go for a little dive to. But I must admit... Nothing like Bali and it's Nemo fish and sharks and turtles. Turbit water with little plants and small brownish fish that disappear the second you start observing them.
... that, despite having the Austrian motorway vignette (about 16€ for the 10 days?) there was still a toll for the Arlberg (I think) tunnel. This makes the Tyne Tunnel look decidedly twee as it was around 13 km long!
We've also agreed that the Austrian/German motorway services are generally quite crowded unless you’re desperate so we actually use the rest areas which are much less used and may have toilets or not (not that it matters because we simply make a cup of tea and ...
... few extra grams in the handlebar bag for a day or two. We have to convince him to spend it every once in a while, as my bags are heavy enough without lugging his laden treasure chest along. I think he's taking after me - better at the acquisition than the parting. This was confirmed for me yesterday when he chose the plain croissant over the chocolate one to save 30c. Jimmy gets it all for free, of course, but it doesn't stop him demanding indignantly that ...