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... to leave RSI and then spent the next hour, courtesy of Gilly's satnav, trying to get out of Strasburg over the Rhine and into Germany. We had a nice tour of some back streets, cul de sacs and housing estates before we managed to find the main road and crossed into Germany.
We then headed south riding through the the towns Offenburg and Rottweil, the Black Forest where it became hilly with a lot of forest. The roads were ...
The rain is still torrential this morning. It is just like when we were camping in Lauterbrunen in Switzerland when the valley was swept away in the floods. Within about 5 minutes we have crossed the Rhine and now in Germany. As we start to climb out of the valley into the Black Forest the scenery becomes alpine. The houses are mostly wooden chalet type and every so often there are shops ...
... On the way we were treated to
cheese and wine.
On arrival we were shown up to our own private dining room
for a very fancy lunch. Corinne’s brother and his wife, Urs and Regula,
serenaded both Corinne and Grandfather, whilst other relatives recited home
written poems about the two of them. All very formal and all very in German. A
three course meal later we all said our good byes and headed on our separate
... Early in the session we crossed into the town of Constance
in Germany and took advantage of the cheaper prices available to purchase bike
spares. We then stopped next to the lake whilst Jan replaced the tyres on both
Stef’s and my bike.
Bikes repaired we set off at a very gentle pace for wherever
the road might take us. The area is very green with a lot of fruit trees ...
... br> We were hoping to take a quick detour to Liechtenstein but missed the turn and there was no highway exit for nearly 50km so we didn’t turn around. Crossing the border into Austria wasn’t much of a change from Germany or Switzerland. Our first stop was the historic town of Bregenz on the edge of Bodensee (Lake Konstanz, the third biggest lake in Western Europe). The was the first town we left the motorhome parked while we went exploring. Given our ...