Travel Blogs from Konstanz
... road. L was very cute. Very shy with all the new people in the house but curious nonetheless and obviously intrigued by our inability to talk to her. Pretty soon, though, the language barrier fell away and she and B and F began to work things out. By the second day, F was happily telling me nein to most things I said to him. Marco and Stephie have a beautiful home with sweeping views of the valley. At night, you can see the ...
Sun 7/27-tues 7/29 Sunday it was still raining as we drove out of Switzerland, drove through Lichtenstein and Austria, ending up in Meersburg, Germany on the Bodensee, the largest lake in Europe bordered by Switzerland, Austria and Germany. We are staying at a cute hotel, almost more like a B&B up above the lake. The lake view rooms were quite expensive, so, not thinking we would be spending much time sitting around, we opted for the garden view. It was our own little cottage! ...
We headed down towards Lake Constance as a stop off on our way to Munich, although we seemed to be positioned in a small gap between 2 permanent vans which people used as a walk through, it turned out not to be a bad position by the lake.
We cycled into the local villages around the campsite, but not a great deal to see apart from the views.
Oh and the Sun shone!
It is Wednesday and we have one week left in Europe. This is our last day in Trullikon. The weather seems to be clear so we plan to visit the Rhinefalls before heading to the airport late in the day. The church bell rings 150 times at 7 am and the sound seems to reverberate through our upstairs bedroom. Leonie feels stronger but has blocked ears. She will take tablets to reduce pain during the flight to Krakow and a nasal spray to clear the sinuses. ...
... br> Schaffhausen has some interesting things to see too.
Vordergasse (main street)
St. John's Church
The old town
The Knight's House (Haus zum Ritter)
The Fishermen's dock
Munot fortress, the best panorama view of the town. A must.
Lidli Rheinufer, a walk on the riverside and the forest in your right