Hotel Hofgut Hohenkarpfen
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... Wolfach and finally to our destination in Haslach. We were disappointed with both Freudenstadt and Triberg but the latter two were very enjoyable and picturesque. I guess we have been getting too much of some amazing scenery and are becoming over critical.
We checked out a local gasthof in Haslach at the recommendation of an elderly lady whom I asked during ...
... who aren't aware and end up following detour signs for many kilometers. Enough moaning but I do hope TMR never takes up this practice. Triberg is home of cuckoo clocks and Black Forest gâteau. It was interesting to see all the different clock styles and now from observing the buildings around Triberg we can tell if a cuckoo clock has a traditional building. However our hunt was not ...
On 10/2 we slept a little later than normal, had a leisurely breakfast, bought some take-out for lunch on the train and walked around Appenzell one last time. Then we had a pretty train ride to Konstanz, Germany just over the border from Switzerland on the western end of Lake Constance. We walked around the attractive old town, had a very nice dinner and went to bed early. On 10/3 we boarded a ...
... had planned to take the train to the Rhine Falls, the largest waterfall in Europe, but the man at the bike lock-up at the train station told us the city bus would be a better option. We each paid a euro to store our bikes and we ran to catch the bus, which had just arrived. Nine of us jumped on the bus. There was a ticket machine on the bus and we spent the entire trip to the falls trying to figure out how to use it, ...
... awhile along the shore of Lake Constance. It was cold and rainy, but hopefully tomorrow will be better. When we got back to the hotel, the owner greeted us by saying "Gruss Gott" ("Greet God"/ "May God greet you"). I remember that expression from our trip here two years ago. We all met for dinner in the hotel's dining room. Chanterelles are in season, so we had a couple of amazing chanterelle dishes for dinner. We rode 20 km ...