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Hotel in Stein am Rhein was very comfortable overnight with extra large room. Interesting breakfast.. No buffet because only 10 people staying in hotel but we could have "whatever we wanted " the temptation to request a plate of just Swiss chocolate was restrained for a very nice cheese omelette with Lynne opting for the comfort of another undercooked boiled egg ! Early morning low cloud cleared and soon opened up to lovely day for cycling .. ...
... car to Europe despite my S P 30 conviction we were en route again but 5 hours late and upgraded to high vehicle status for the Eurostar crossing. The strategic decision to not eat hot food in England but to pick up a "Golden arches " delight at a French motorway station backfired badly . With the daunting prospect of 320 miles to drive from Calais to Metz the only motivation was the thought of a filet of fish meal deal. After 200 miles ...
... and Soph and Phil enjoyed sharing a sausage together. We walked around the old city which was very beautiful. It was misty and the mountains in the distance were hard to see.
The size of the lake is enormous and in summer this area would be very busy.
Today (Sunday) we set off to Bregenz with the weather being the coldest we have had so far- 7 but with a very cold wind making it feel like its 2.
The lady at the hotel suggested for us to visit ...
... flames and 37 people died.
We left Lindau and drove to Rosenheim. Along the way I saw lots of very big mountains with snow on the top. There was even piles of snow on the side of the road. We stopped in the parking lot and I jumped in the snow.I could feel how cold the snow was through my gloves.
Soon we will be in Austria and hopefully seeing more mountains with snow.
... small island of Reichenau. As its a bit milder than the surrounding area, they can grow things for longer here so its pretty much a farming community; nice to walk around and sit and look at the water.
We will be leaving Germany soon to go to Belgium for work and we are looking forwards to continuing our adventures there!