Hotel Restaurant Bilger Eck
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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 ...
... which we took time out to visit. Very old and fortish if I might say.
It was good to see that there are a lot of fish in the Rhine and we saw them swimming in shoals all along the route.
&0 kms later, suffering from sore bums we arrived back in camp for a quick swim and a chicken curry.
All in all a pleasant relaxing ...
... our superior navigational skills to eventually arrive at our destination.
It was really a great opportunity to spend some "man time" together and chat to Justin about his future plans etc. I'm reassured that he definitely has his head screwed on well.
after spending some time with Granny and Grandfather we loaded the kids ...
From here we headed back to camp where we once again swam in the Rhine. Later on we were joined by Corinne's sister in law, Regula, who kindly offered to take us out for supper at the campsite's restaurant where most of had Thai Curry which was really delicious.
A few beers, a lot of good catch up conversation followed by bed made for a great day.
... fire prevention and firefighting techniques. There is now a museum dedicated to the history of
firefighting. We had a look around that and a few of the other things to see that we hadn’t seen on the tour, like the various (very upmarket) craft shops including a goldsmith and shoe maker.
Once we felt we had seen everything, we headed back to the campsite to pick up our swimming gear and spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing and cooling off in the Schlosssee.