Hotel Am Rehberg
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... but eggs are not refrigerated, all milk is 4% fat, and they don't have triscuits - I'm in trouble! Also, Jessie and Nicki, the shopping is amazing - so many really cute stores - I just can't afford anything haha
On our first night, they took us out to fondue and wine, which is their staple here. The cheese fondue was intense - very sharp, but a fun experience and then we devoured a bunch of meat fondue! Also, a lot of people speak ...
... off once more to visit the town of Meersburg, known for it’s ancient medieval castle, but once there we drove around for 40 minutes trying to find a carpark! Today was clearly not our day so we found a supermarket, picked up some supplies in lieu of a super late lunch and headed back to our hotel. Later we took the bus down to the island once more and spent our last night in LIndau eating currywurst and enjoying yet more beer. I think Germany might be turning me into an ...
4 hrs, 5 kms
Looks like I'm getting back on track, and I can see the sizeable town of Bludunz up ahead. But first, snuggled up next to it on the hillside is the town of Nuziders. Here I pause for a strum session in a mini park with an old fashioned well--noticing what looks like a Turkish family leaving their very Austrian looking home across the street.
No "immigrant ghettos" here in Nuziders...
Day 281 2 hrs, 10 kms
I continue down a peaceful country path up the valley, past lush grassy fields and little forest groves. One unique thing here are little wooden huts scattered throughout the fields. Not quite sure what they're for--my guess is they are for storing hay or something. Does give the fields a bit of character. Also along the way are little shrine-chapels with ...
... end and now it's time to head uphill and conquer another pass. Like Switzerland, there are hiking trails here as well, to avoid the roads, but not quite as well marked. Soon I reach my next town of Franstanz, with similar architecture and design, with large, chalet like houses--although not as charming and decorative as Swiss houses. I don't want to do this the whole trip: saying "it's kind of like Switzerland, just not as nice..." I've got to find what makes Austria unique and ...