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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... town has the cobbled streets and a lot of eateries, but certainly rely on tourism to sustain them. We've tried some different foods and deserts, and thankfully we've walked off of the extra calories (I hope anyway). Tomorrow we have a train adventure getting through the Alps to Interlakken Switzerland. We have 5 different trains between 0700 and 1500, a few have 4 minutes between switching trains (ie finding the train, platform number etc). Wish us luck that we don't miss any ...
We are in the hills of the Alps and enduring the last of the heat wave. Today's high of 97 feels like 107. Good news, a storm comes in tonight dropping tomorrow's high to 68, a 29 degree drop, with some rain showers. So we found our hostel, the third floor of a cute Swiss chalet, but no AC. What is with these people? Of course tomorrow we won't need ...
... passes. After a huge thunderstorm and torrential rain on the
Saturday night, the weather has been warm, if a little overcast at times. We
are in the process of trying to book a ferry home but the wild cat strikes at
Calais are causing havoc with trying to sort something out. Not to worry, I am
sure we will get home one way or another.
We picked up our car in Munich, got out of town by 11:00. We had decided to save Salzburg, Austria, for the end of the loop, so instead we headed south and west into Bavaria. Didn't get lost too many times trying to get out of Munich!
Got to Fussen about 5:00, got checked in, did a short walk around town, then found a beer garden. The real work starts tomorrow.
Last time I purchased the tickets 3 months early and turned up half an hour late. German precision and order meant that was the end of it. This time I tried to buy the tickets the day before, only to find out German organisation requires you to buy tickets at least two days before. The queue was an hour long and that was for a tour starting in 5 hours time!
We avoided the ticket queue and opted to ...