Viva Paradise Island
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... seemed to have too many rules and too many cars and too many tolls. So we settled on Bodensee. You (I) can't get everything right. The whole of Germany, a fair bit of Switzerland, and some of France seems to be on the edge of the enormous Titicaca-like lake that is Bodensee. Originally we had planned to stay in a town called Uberlingen but Uberlingen was full. Working our way down through the D31, everywhere was full. Bloody enormous campsites the size ...
... of Constance would leave their lights on and the bombers would think that it was part of Switzerland and not drop their bombs. Its right on the boarder. Full of history and amazing buildings and people were everywhere. It was great to walk through and enjoy. We thought about having dinner in this delightful town but because we were free camping decided to head back. We had our own party at the beast and took advantage of the fact that we had no neighbours and turned the music ...
A very sad day for all who knew Marlies Spaeti who passed away this morning after a brave fight with cancer.
For all of us who had the privilege of having known her, we will remember her as the "Sunflower of Humanity". Always cheerful and forever positive she will remain in our memories as someone who brought light into the lives of ...
... around the church a bit, and then decided to head to Saint-Michel to have dinner at this Italian place that had really good lasagna on our last trip to Paris. After walking back and forth trying to locate the restaurant, I finally found it about 30 minutes later, thank goodness! As we sat at dinner, Andy's Aunt Marsha contacted me, telling me that her husband, Pat, was in town for work. It was pretty neat that we were both in Paris at the same time! So after dinner that evening ...
The rain is still torrential this morning. It is just like when we were camping in Lauterbrunen in Switzerland when the valley was swept away in the floods. Within about 5 minutes we have crossed the Rhine and now in Germany. As we start to climb out of the valley into the Black Forest the scenery becomes alpine. The houses are mostly wooden chalet type and every so often there are shops ...