Holiday Inn Express Singen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... next door in number 13 and were keen to shower and explore Zurich. After settling in we got the train into the Zurich HB and found the famous Christmas Markets and the enormous Swarovski crystal jewelled Christmas Tree. Over the bridge to the old town and more quaint Christmas markets and mild winter weather. Little did we know what we were in for a few days later when winter really came to ...
... at Cafe Schmidt back in Freiburg.
The afternoon was spent idling away and just strolling around the beautiful lake. The weather was on our side, with the sun out in its full glory. We can't wait for the lake to freeze over in winter and visit it again.
... 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 ...
... leg. "Excuse me," I said. "How do you say 'excuse me' in German?" I asked, as my meagre attempts at learning seem to be sticking somewhat well. "entschuldigen," he replied. "ehnt-shoo-li-gan?" I repeated as close as I could."entschuldigen." "ahnt-shu-li-gehn?"Rosa burst into laughter across the table, but Peter just sat, a small smile creeping across his face, his eyes twinkling with amusement, as if he wanted to be entertained but for ...