Hotel Gasthof Stift
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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 ...
... and we could not see that much. Nevertheless, the silence is what I like most.
It's like you're entering a new world and it's just you and your buddy.
I love the underwater feeling!
Tomorrow, we're diving again. This time I get to do exercises without my teacher showing first how it's done. And we get to dive down to approx. 12-18m! Must get the buoyancy right now...
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The very long registration form did give us free bus travel to Uberlingen (and this seems to be quite common) However, we found that it was only a pleasant 40 min walk into town anyway. It is right on the lake and a very pleasant walkabout with views of Switzerland, Austria and Germany (plus you can play "Spot The Zeppelin" on the photos) We had a value for money schnitzel at Zur Tenne, a local “pub” amongst some very posh lakeside houses on the way back to the ...
... 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 ...
Most of us know Neuschwanstein. It's the 'Disneyland' castle that we see on the credits and on heaps of postcards and souvenirs from Austria and it certainly is amazing. Although we haven't seen it for almost 30 years everyone here maintains it hasn't changed (probably right) and insisted we visit Schloss Linderhof instead. Well Schloss Linderhof is equally amazing. It was built for King Ludwig II hence forth known as King Ludwig because the II is difficult and unusual to ...
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- Pets allowed