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After yesterday's 70 kms we decided to take it a bit slower so we packed our swimming stuff and headed off on our bikes to Eglisau for a relaxing swim in the Rhine.
At Eglisau they have an area set aside for swimming which caters for people who don't want to pay for facilities. However all the facilities are there. They ...
... which we took time out to visit. Very old and fortish if I might say.
It was good to see that there are a lot of fish in the Rhine and we saw them swimming in shoals all along the route.
&0 kms later, suffering from sore bums we arrived back in camp for a quick swim and a chicken curry.
All in all a pleasant relaxing ...
... forest, apple and cherry orchards with the occasional strawberry field. Vineyards are also prevalent, especially as you get closer to the Bodensee. We have spent the last few days cycling along traffic free lanes
and forest tracks.
On Tuesday we cycled down to the Bodensee through pretty villages, forest and vineyards. We passed an old house whose roof was covered with storks nesting on purpose built platforms. Everywhere you looked there were storks, ...
Today is the day that we travel to meet Sue & Roy. They are coming over to join us for two weeks in their camper van.
The journey was only 47km but it was very pretty all through the mountains. We arrived at about 12.30 pm. and managed to arrange 2 camping places together so that when they arrived they wouldn't be over the other end of the site to us. While we were waiting I did the washing and Wayne set up camp ...
... ruin just outside of Singen at Hohentwiel. I manage to navigate our way there without too much trouble. With daylight saving time in effect, tourist attractions remain open for longer hours and although it's after 17:00, there's no problem to get tickets to tour the top of the tower. We make our second steep ascent for the day as we have a 20 min walk before we reach the castle gates, and a further climb to the buildings ...