Hotel Zur Linde
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... spent saying goodbye to all of our amazing friends and trying not to cry (Nic anyway). This entailed a lot of eating and drinking and a lot of hugs. The day had arrived and with a 6 am flight this meant a very early wake up call, but we were rewarded by getting upgraded to business class on our flight. This was the best thing, as all of the excitement was a good distraction as we took off from Sydney. With the ...
... 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 ...
... 8 degrees today. Had lunch and walked around to see the ice skating rink was finished and being used. Headed home for a quiet afternoon and evening in. This was spoilt by a dog continually barking in the room upstairs, in Europe they bring their pets to Hotels and Restaurants, takes a bit of getting used to. Dinner in room tonight. Just another day today, foggy all day and cold, so we had a day at the Thermal Pool today, swimming, reading, relaxing. Was great to see all ...
We arrived in Lindau fron Strasbourg on Thursday. Lindau, the old town, is an island off the northeast shore of the Bodensee connected to the mainland by a bridge. We are staying right on the inner harbour and on a clear day can see Bergenz, Austria and the Swiss alps behind. This is where Germany, Austria and Switzerland all meet. Lindau is in Germany.
The streets are mostly no cars zones and as it is Germany drivers mostly obey the ...
... We wanted to walk through the many vineyards.
Alicyn had never been to Austria. She wanted to check it off of her list. We caught a bus to Feldkirch. It is just across the border. We only had a few hours to get back to St Gallen and meet the students, so our tour of Feldkirch was going to be short. Real short. On the way, Alicyn put her feet up and laid back on the seats. She was also eating. The bus driver appeared out of nowhere at one of the stops. We never ...