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... on bag, a camera bag and my handbag. We looked like we were moving in permanently. It was then finally time to say goodbye to Bruce and hand him back over to his owners. Once in the apartment it took us only ten minutes for stuff to be everywhere. After living in a car for 2 months it was great to be able to move about and get to our stuff easily. After two loads of washing and a good shower we felt much better. The next few ...
Well, I have never been somewhere as cold as Diepoldsau! Then again, it is on
the boarder of the Austrian and Swiss Alps. Looking out the kitchen window, you
can see both sets of Alps!
Day one saw a very relaxed day. In the morning, not a great deal
happened. After a late breakfast, we went down to the centre of town and had a
look around. Then, it was lunch ...
... 8 degrees today. Had lunch and walked around to see the ice skating rink was finished and being used. Headed home for a quiet afternoon and evening in. This was spoilt by a dog continually barking in the room upstairs, in Europe they bring their pets to Hotels and Restaurants, takes a bit of getting used to. Dinner in room tonight. Just another day today, foggy all day and cold, so we had a day at the Thermal Pool today, swimming, reading, relaxing. Was great to see all ...
... we have been walking all over the place. There are pretty outdoor cafes and since the weather has been good people are sitting out. Each afternoon there is a busker with bongo drums that sets up near the quai so the sound echoes through out the whole harbour. Good location for sound, not so good for his pocket as most people don't go along the quai!
Lindau like many other German towns was in full prep for their Christmas market. While we ...
... town of Dovje, and then around the town for 20 minutes, I couldn’t find the Post Office let alone the trail. Admitting defeat I headed back to camp and up route two. The trail began with a ½ mile single lane dirt road that terminated at a car park, so far so good. From here though it all went wrong, once in the woods there is no running, in fact, there is not much walking either, the trail was as steep as a cruise boats WIFI charges. A four hour ...