Holiday Inn Express Singen
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... and clear skies which unfortunately led to red cheeks and noses !! Crossed border from Switzerland back into Germany. Pizza for lake side lunch at Radolfzell. Some interesting short cuts across fields which resembled marshland made hard going but the last five miles to Bodman were a dream ride ...slightly downhill through blossoming orchards. Having arrived at our destination of Bodman we relaxed with a coffee lakeside in the knowledge we ...
Direct flight from Zürich to L.A. Unfortunately even though it's the most expensive option , the food and the comfort of the seats are really very bad still on Swiss and in Business class the seats don't recline flat like other airlines. Also (very disappointing) there were no USB charger by the seats like most modern flights ...
... than un oeuf is enough ! Strasbourg was great ...after managing to find a parking space which didn't involve taking the roof off the car to enter a multi storey car park..... The French only drive Renaults and Citroens built for dwarfs and car parks to match. Great old town and really nice creperie for lunch. Onwards across mountain passes with snow falling Arrived at Konstanz late afternoon. Really nice town with lots of old buildings ...
... ruin just outside of Singen at Hohentwiel. I manage to navigate our way there without too much trouble. With daylight saving time in effect, tourist attractions remain open for longer hours and although it's after 17:00, there's no problem to get tickets to tour the top of the tower. We make our second steep ascent for the day as we have a 20 min walk before we reach the castle gates, and a further climb to the buildings ...
... 30 to noon free, during which time I have ridden a bike around town and the dirt roads surrounding, through what is undoubtedly the most beautiful countryside I have ever seen, and perhaps will ever see. I'm talking green fields, blue, cloudy skies, tall, grassy fields, a cool river running next to me, and rolling green hills with castles on them in the distance. A 20 minute walk from base camp lies Schlossle, a petite castle with the most stunning views ...