Hotel Seerose Lindau
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... and I was able to open the big umbrella thing, and make a makeshift bed out of a couple of chairs... didn't get any sleep though... Would have been nice if I'd had my book, but I did have my phone, so I played games all night, only interrupted by Derya calling to check on me every hour.
When a worker finally came by to open for breakfast, I ran in, had a shower, went down for breakky and then crashed.. Slept prettty much the whole day, only ...
... was easy!
Second exercise: flooding and emptying the mask. That was easy!
Third exercise: floating. That was easy!
so actually I started to like diving. The exercises went well and I enjoyed being in the water.
We got to go for a little dive to. But I must admit... Nothing like Bali and it's Nemo fish and sharks and turtles. Turbit water with little plants and small brownish fish that disappear the second you start observing them.
... that, despite having the Austrian motorway vignette (about 16€ for the 10 days?) there was still a toll for the Arlberg (I think) tunnel. This makes the Tyne Tunnel look decidedly twee as it was around 13 km long!
We've also agreed that the Austrian/German motorway services are generally quite crowded unless you’re desperate so we actually use the rest areas which are much less used and may have toilets or not (not that it matters because we simply make a cup of tea and ...
... do. Consequently the town is plastered with religious paintings on most houses, has wooden carved icons in every second store and has signs in Italian everywhere to cater for the Catholic tourists despite the village being Allgau, Bavarian, German or pretty close to Austria but certainly nowhere near Italy. We escaped safely and went for a beer. We went to Wiggensbach which is near Kempton and which specialises in dishes from here in the ...
... is a tapestry of one of Wagner's operas, a backdrop that adjourns inside and outside the castle. The next shots show the same scene in different lights, a King Ludwig innovation that required the use of that new fangled thing 'electricity'. He was also responsible for the first telephone installation in Austria as well the disco style lighting effects in the grotto. Amazingly the water in the grotto could be heated to swimming temperature and he had a wave generating ...
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- Free parking