Gourmethotel Deuring Schlossle
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Arrived in Bregenz, Austria from Lindau Insel to find Austria closed. Geschlossen. Rather like the UK in the 1950's with no Sunday trading.
However "open" were heritage buildings. As part of a special event over all of Austria. So we visit the heritage.
Being a heritage building, in the …
... mama. (haven't spoken to him since London!)
The next day we met up again, this time with Jessica, we spent the evening singing and dancing to awesome 90's music, and then went out dancing. I had an amazing time... Then I took a cab back to my hotel where I realized, they had a curfew, and I had no way in. It was cold. It was raining. I didn't have a jacket. I was wearing my heels... Thankfully the hotel is also a restaurant with a few tables ...
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I am one step further in my travel preps. Well, actually, two dives further! I passed the theoretical diving exam and then got to start with the lessons. My diving instructor suggested to go into the shallow waters of Lake Constance to instead of the pool for the first lessons.
The first practical lesson was not my favorite. I acually kept asking myself "WHY am I doing this?". We fitted a semi-dry diving suit, which was ...
Having looked at the distance to The Black Forest on the map and taking account of our previous mileages, we've decided that:
50mph is a relaxing speed to travel at (and limited to that in Germany anyway although a friendly German camper tells us that we should now meet the 100% car/caravan ratio. This means we should be able to get the 100 kph test certificate to travel at 60 on motorways?)
100 miles is a very easy day.
150 miles is a sensible distance to travel (3 ...
... do. Consequently the town is plastered with religious paintings on most houses, has wooden carved icons in every second store and has signs in Italian everywhere to cater for the Catholic tourists despite the village being Allgau, Bavarian, German or pretty close to Austria but certainly nowhere near Italy. We escaped safely and went for a beer. We went to Wiggensbach which is near Kempton and which specialises in dishes from here in the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Great location, great receptionist but they don't know how to do breakfast
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