Hotel Restaurant Graf Zeppelin
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Xonrupt-Longemer to Friedrichshafen 170 miles France empty, Germany full. That was a hard, tense drive. But first, apologies to Guy in France. Yes indeed, that was Vosges. But that's still a good 200 miles from you and we had to turn left into Germany. At least we thought that was a good idea at the time... Being us, it's all a bit ad-hoc/make it up as you go along. Believe me Guy, I looked at that map and thought about you. Ruled it out and thought about ...
... 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 ...
... were associated with her.
A fantastic husband to Erich, a perfect mother to her two children, Corinne and Urs, a lovely mother in law to myself and Regula and the best Granny ever to her Grandchildren, Lydia, Mara, Zoe, Vera, Justin and Stephanie, and a loving Great Granny to her first Great Grandchild Phoebe. She will be sorely missed. ...
... beautiful! We sat on one of the benches along the river and people watched for a good bit. We then headed back to the apartment to have a late lunch, and hangout until Andy got off work. For dinner that evening, we took them to the oldest restaurant in Ulm, Krone. It was my parents' first opportunity to try some German food, and they really loved it! After dinner, we got gelato, and then headed back to the apartment.
Ever since we've been in Ulm, locals have been telling ...
... maize. We soon realized that cycling aimlessly wasn’t going to get us anywhere
fast except lost and tired so we decided to catch a ferry back to Constance,
and this is where the fun started.
Problem one, we had no Euros and the ticket guys wouldn’t
accept Swiss Francs.
Problem two, the ticket guy wouldn’t accept credit card….can
you believe ...