Hotel Gasthof Stift
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... It serves a traditional famous Schlosswirtschaft Schattenburg it's a Foot long Weiner Schnitzel. Served with a pickled salad or fries. Chase was up for the challenge being the meat eater he is and as you can see didn't quite get there but gave it an impressive go. It was a great setting in traditional surrounds. A very busy place and it seems that's what people like about the place. A great finish to our first day in ...
... car to Europe despite my S P 30 conviction we were en route again but 5 hours late and upgraded to high vehicle status for the Eurostar crossing. The strategic decision to not eat hot food in England but to pick up a "Golden arches " delight at a French motorway station backfired badly . With the daunting prospect of 320 miles to drive from Calais to Metz the only motivation was the thought of a filet of fish meal deal. After 200 miles ...
We left Ottobeuren and drove onto Lindau. The past 3 days were great however the smell of cow manure is one we won't forgot and get out of our nostrils for awhile.
They spray the manure all over the fields and Soph and l couldn't stop laughing when Phil was filling up with petrol and the truck in the next paddock was hard at work. The stench was over powering.
We arrived in Lindau early and once we found our hotel, set off to the Altstadt. We came across a ...
... flames and 37 people died.
We left Lindau and drove to Rosenheim. Along the way I saw lots of very big mountains with snow on the top. There was even piles of snow on the side of the road. We stopped in the parking lot and I jumped in the snow.I could feel how cold the snow was through my gloves.
Soon we will be in Austria and hopefully seeing more mountains with snow.
... Rhine, thanks WIkipedia!) so many people cross the border here to get things from Germany which are cheaper (and vice-versa).
Its quite a picturesque place which (we imagine) would be very busy in the summer - some good coffee places (we liked Das Voglhaus!) and a nice walk along the lake front.
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