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... on bag, a camera bag and my handbag. We looked like we were moving in permanently. It was then finally time to say goodbye to Bruce and hand him back over to his owners. Once in the apartment it took us only ten minutes for stuff to be everywhere. After living in a car for 2 months it was great to be able to move about and get to our stuff easily. After two loads of washing and a good shower we felt much better. The next few ...
... 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 ...
... and scan the key and token, when you leave the token has recorded what you spent and you pay it. Two pools one 30 and the other 34 degrees. There is also a Sauna which we are glad we did not use, as the sauna people men and women walked naked down a walkway and dive into the freezing lake. Great day though dinner in the room. Got up today and had bacon and eggs, yum. Drove to the village of Uberlingen on the lake, lovely town, bought some gifts and Jenny a pair of boots, it was ...
... 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 ...
... the Alps really does mean four hours, I returned to the tent defeated on two counts and ready for coffee. The coffee machine was out of order, but the strudel was delicious.
Road tolls were common along the route that we took, and these are paid in addition to the vignette, so another toll in Austria on the E60 was nothing to write home about. It seemed expensive but quickly became justified at €9, Nikki did a double take when she saw the ...