Hotel Weisses Kreuz
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... 1937. We walked about half a mile to the Heidi property and saw the outside of the house but didn't pay the extra 8 francs each to go inside as this wasn't important to us, we enjoyed the beautiful scenery and farm animals instead. They have chickens, goats and a few gorgeous kids, one of them sucked my finger so hard I nearly lost my hand down it's throat. How disappointed it must have felt when it realised my finger wasn't it's mum or food. The surrounding properties ...
... to watch how deep they dove and the clarity of the water made it impressive viewing. We walked on to visit the 15ft high rotating statue of a prostitute named Imperia…large busted and wearing just a robe and what could only be called a very small pair of lace knickers. I’m sure she distracted many a sailor from his duties as she spun slowly on the end of the docks, boobs being flashed to the world!
We at lunch at a small cafe overlooking the ...
... truly a work of art.
We visited the church in conjunction with the library. It was very ornate in Rococo but not as ornate as the library. I think Eldon and I spent and hour and a half in the library this morning. We walked around town. This little village is known for it's ornate and old oriels on the facades of many of the houses.
We picked up a salami sandwich to split for lunch and drove to ...
... like about this trail was all the school kids and their teachers.
We have a lovely hotel for the evening; I'm looking forward to it. It is way up on the hill overlooking the Swiss Alps and Lake Constance. It was a bit hazy but still beautiful. We walked up the hill for a glass of beer and stopped to see the church in this little village called Bildstein. ...
I decided to do a second run as Phil and Alison had already paired up for two runs, so Phil asked if I could take Alison down again! She loves it and is a speed freak - no brakes allowed on her run! With the extra weight we hit the speed gun at 42km/h and I was struggling to hang on to the kart on the sharp bends!
Great day had by all of us and we struggled to stay awake on the 1.5 hour drive home.