Hotel Weisses Kreuz
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... We had forgotten how much stuff we had sent over, and it was like Christmas come early unwrapped all of the boxes. First on the list was of course setting up the Christmas tree, everything else could wait. This is the last entry we will be making, and we want to thank everyone for reading and following our trip. We have had the best few months of our lives and now we have an exciting future to look forward to. Nic, Rog and Bruce ...
... lunch, we went down to lake
constance for a walk and more looking around with photo opportunities.
awhile, we came back to the house and had Andy's (Chris's uncle) legendary
traditional fondue. Fondue is originally cheese based not chocolate! And oh my
god, it was to die for! To eat fondue, you pierce the bread with a fork and dip
it in a spirit ...
... did not match Italy in that there was a lift up to the deck instead of dicky stairs, the toilets were clean and had detergent and hand dryers that worked, when you got to the other side it was not a free for all but you were let off in order. Then drove to Insel Mainau the garden Island, even though it's nearly winter, the gardens are gorgeous. Did some shopping in Konstance, great town, then back via the ferry to our Hotel, great day all around. Another day bit cloudy and cold ...
... at indoor fairs, these towns have small wooden booths which take several weeks to set up that fill their streets and squares. Lindau's market does start until next week.
For a small place it has lots of different restaurants. Greek, Italian, French, Donairs (of course), Swiss, German and Sardinian. Yes, yes I know that Sardinia is part of Italy.
The Sardinian one was interesting. It was like a Sardinian import store ...
... made key changes, but were not sure they got all of the old keys back. We looked back at the hostel and saw more people in that group climbing out the windows and trying to get into our student’s rooms. Again, another group of our students ran down to clear their rooms of those people!!!!
Finally, we made it to Fondue Beizli. The students were treated to a cheese fondue followed by a meat fondue. Mmmmmmmm. Cheese and meat!!!!!!!! This was a great way to end the ...