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We used today to sleep in, heaps, it was well and truly overdue!
We had until 1200 to check out but decided we'd get out there and see a bit of Liechtenstein.
We started by heading up the range to a Ski Resort called Malbun, turns out the slopes aren't too packed at all in Liechtenstein, we started heading back down pretty quick …
... I stood over the bunker where Hitler and his mistress turned wife (the day before) killed themselves when they knew the end was coming.
I met a lovely girl, Ellen, from Brighton (England) and after the tour we went on a mission to find an ATM, followed by a romantic, candlilit dinner, where we finally decided, after talking all day, we should introduce ourselves.
The next morning I went to Sachsenhausen concentration camp. This was ...
... to put on. Over that, I had to put on a shorty. Then I got 8kg of diving led and my jacket with air and everything. Felt like I weighed 100kg and was put in a straitjacket.
But I finally managed to get myself and my gear into the water without sweating too much. Then there were the fins to put on - wearing gloves - but managed that too!
Finally the water took the weight off my shoulders and we could get started!
First exercise: going ...
The very long registration form did give us free bus travel to Uberlingen (and this seems to be quite common) However, we found that it was only a pleasant 40 min walk into town anyway. It is right on the lake and a very pleasant walkabout with views of Switzerland, Austria and Germany (plus you can play "Spot The Zeppelin" on the photos) We had a value for money schnitzel at Zur Tenne, a local “pub” amongst some very posh lakeside houses on the way back to the ...
... changing countries is no big deal here, and found ourselves driving through picture postcard territory. We have been here before when snow blanketed the entire landscape and really I'm not sure which is the more attractive. Both are lovely and very stereotypical of the regions here. The Bavarians are very proud of their land, food, beer and traditions. It is common to see lederhosen being worn and people of all age groups are found ...
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