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Today was in many ways a very relaxed day, which was completely necessary and appreciated. It was a beautifully sunny day and Lauren and I spent it almost entirely outside, with out sun screen and getting sandal tans.
In the morning we walked a couple kilometres directly through the countryside with a fantastic view to get to a bakery of sorts where we bought our breakfast. Rhubarb pie/quiche, fresh rolls and some ...
... assemble the bikes, load up, change into our cycle gear and head out. After a couple of "temporarily misplaced" and "excuse me could you tell me the way to ..." moments we made it to our motel, which is about 3km from the city and 12km from the airport. The next few days will be spent here getting rid of the jet-lag, seeing the sights and doing a few local rides. The real tour starts Sunday when we head out of ...
... perspiration away from your body. Hence you will get wet and quickly feel damn cold!)
- two layers of fleece material
- a wind stopper trouser and a down parka (i.e. Fijäll Räven Polar)
- a pair of heat socks (Lenz, Heat Socks with remote control -> you can't reach the on-off switch through all your layers, excellent product). The only thing to remember is that you need to activate the heat before you experience cold feet! Once your feet are cold it is ...
... to a quiet spot to the West of Lake Constance called Horn!! Sarah Redfern used to be Horn! This is now in memory of you Sarah Redfern!
The guy running the campsite was an oddball. I must admit I feel guilty not understanding German apart from the basics, and when I say basics, I mean, Hello, Goodbye, Please, Thank you (we have ended up saying thank you a lot, I worry we are overcompensating for ...
... hotel. Once we got settled, we walked out to the main shopping street called the Bahnhofstrasse. We passed a statue of Alfred Escher outside the station. I gather he was a railway pioneer and also a founder of Credit Suisse. We also passed a statue of Johann Pestalozzi, who was an educator and reformed the Swiss educational system. As usual in Switzerland, this is all pretty dull stuff.
We only got about a ...