Holiday Inn Express Singen
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... Lydia and Vera together with Lydia's boyfriend Carlos. The day was spent in the sun periodically swimming and braaing.
We got home in time to send Jan and Stef on their way back to the mountains before collapsing exhausted from too much having ...
... the service Corinne's brother played a classical piece on his guitar which was followed by two songs performed by our niece Lydia, after which another niece, Vera, played a classical rendition on the piano. A great effort from the family during a very difficult time.
After the service we all retired to a nearby restaurant for a light meal with ...
After a late night being cultured, we took the opportunity of a comfortable bed to sleep in. The day was slow but after getting ready and packed to hit the road we headed out for Eglisau to spend the afternoon swimming in the Rhine.
From here we headed back to Winkel for a good meal and some well deserved ...
... the 'Mariensclucht', a gorge with water falls, we find a beautiful lookout point on the side of the road. This gives us a fantastic view across the Bodensee. When we arrive at our destination, we wonder whether we are at the right place, as there are only a handful of cars on the car park. As it's been raining, the walking track is muddy in places. However, the inconvenience of dirty shoes is well worth it. We discover it ...
... we open the doors for the chickens, and meet all the horses.
First we feed Natasha, the little palomino pony who's only 3 years old but about 10 years stubborn. She gets only a tiny bit of grass, because someone nice would say she's big boned, but she is a fatty fat fatster fattington fatty. Across from her stall is Wikki and Romero, the Mother-Son pooping-team of the century. They kick the door incessantly until they acquire as much food as they (not ...