Vreni Giger's Jaegerhof Hotel
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We had a lazy day in Ruggell, we all suffered a little jet lag so we just chilled a bit around the home. For dinner that night we were taken into Austria to a place called Feldkirch. We had to take our passports in case we were stopped at the border crossing. We went to a Castle in the town built over 300 years ago. The children were amazed and surprised on how cold it was. Inside was a restaurant that has been here for a very ...
... some four hours sleep we were not exactly overjoyed at the thought of more car time and decided to break the day with a visit to Strasbourg " the crossroads of Europe " according to its roadsign. First off was breakfast where Lynne delighted at the prospect of a hot boiled egg decided to eat two cold ones as the waiter gave the impression he wasn't interested in helping her only to turn up with THREE eggs for all of us. When will the ...
... and Soph and Phil enjoyed sharing a sausage together. We walked around the old city which was very beautiful. It was misty and the mountains in the distance were hard to see.
The size of the lake is enormous and in summer this area would be very busy.
Today (Sunday) we set off to Bregenz with the weather being the coldest we have had so far- 7 but with a very cold wind making it feel like its 2.
The lady at the hotel suggested for us to visit ...
... flames and 37 people died.
We left Lindau and drove to Rosenheim. Along the way I saw lots of very big mountains with snow on the top. There was even piles of snow on the side of the road. We stopped in the parking lot and I jumped in the snow.I could feel how cold the snow was through my gloves.
Soon we will be in Austria and hopefully seeing more mountains with snow.
... Rhine, thanks WIkipedia!) so many people cross the border here to get things from Germany which are cheaper (and vice-versa).
Its quite a picturesque place which (we imagine) would be very busy in the summer - some good coffee places (we liked Das Voglhaus!) and a nice walk along the lake front.
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