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... to leave RSI and then spent the next hour, courtesy of Gilly's satnav, trying to get out of Strasburg over the Rhine and into Germany. We had a nice tour of some back streets, cul de sacs and housing estates before we managed to find the main road and crossed into Germany.
We then headed south riding through the the towns Offenburg and Rottweil, the Black Forest where it became hilly with a lot of forest. The roads were ...
... Forest cuckoo clocks and carved figures. The rain is now intermittent between heavy and light. We steadily climb for most of the morning reaching a height of just over 3000 feet and into spline meadows. As we drop down towards Lake Constance the rain turns to showers. We parked at Meersbruck an historic village on the north shore of the lake. The village comprises of a higher level where there ...
... On the way we were treated to
cheese and wine.
On arrival we were shown up to our own private dining room
for a very fancy lunch. Corinne’s brother and his wife, Urs and Regula,
serenaded both Corinne and Grandfather, whilst other relatives recited home
written poems about the two of them. All very formal and all very in German. A
three course meal later we all said our good byes and headed on our separate
Stef and Jan arrived early this morning having left Champfer
at 5.00 in the morning. After putting up their tiny little tent we grabbed our
bicycles and head out for a cruise around the shores of Lake Constance. Some
statistics: The Lake is 63kms long and 14kms wide and 250 meters deep at its
deepest. Needless to say we were never going to ride around the whole ...
The first hour of the drive from Lauterbrunen northwest to Austria was very interesting with farms and pretty towns and even a Swiss horn player practising on the roadside on a mountain pass but once we got closer to the big cities of Lucerne and Zurich we stuck to the motorways. There wasn’t much to see other than huge industrial sites and the insides of tunnels. The Swiss sure do tunnels well. We must have done 40 plus in the two days we drove through Switzerland. ...