Holiday Inn Express Singen
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After yesterday's 70 kms we decided to take it a bit slower so we packed our swimming stuff and headed off on our bikes to Eglisau for a relaxing swim in the Rhine.
At Eglisau they have an area set aside for swimming which caters for people who don't want to pay for facilities. However all the facilities are there. They ...
Alone again......no kids.......just the two of us. Could be worse I guess. Onto our bikes for a leisurely 70 km ride along the Rhine. We set off from camp and headed up river towards the Rhine Falls which is situated at a town called Schaffhausen. Schaffhausen is quite a biggish place with a lot of tourists all coming to see the falls. There is also an old fort called the Munot which dates back to the ...
... was hotter still and we cycled for a couple of hours in the morning around the quiet cycle lanes linking pretty little villages. It was too hot to do anything in the afternoon,
we couldn’t even muster any energy to revisit the Schlosssee.
Thursday was a cultural day. We cycled the short distance to Salem Monastery and Palace. A series of beautiful buildings are set in impressive grounds with formal knot gardens, fountains and two small mazes. We elected ...
... 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 ...