Travel Blogs from Lindau
So we arrive in Lindau, Bavaria by boat.
Lindau is a medieval town on a small island. So its got a sort of peninsula.
Lindau Insel is just beautiful, with the mountain backdrop and glorious sunsets over the lake.
Home is Lindauer Hof.
... The front of Pug 2 was looking pretty grotty, bugs squashed at 160kmph plus are not pretty. I've been meaning to find a car wash for a few days and today saw one, a self wash and empty..
You'd reckon the buttons would be pretty easy but not so....I pushed a few and got it all started. No idea what I picked but I got hot soapy water and it did the trick
We then headed towards Konstanz with a few crosses between ...
... and were pleased that with another hot day of 35 degrees we had an excuse to take it easy. While it seems that we have been away from home for ages, at the same time we are feeling sad to think that our nomadic life with its days spent pedalling through lovely countryside and pretty towns and evenings spent exploring our host town, of picnics in our room or dinners in the local restaurants is coming to an end.
We are keen ...
... There were lots of other cyclists and the ferry was chockablock with bikes and people like us ie old! Arriving at Ohningen we let all the other cyclists disappear ahead of us and took advantage of the little cafe with the nice deck facing the lake for a morning coffee. Along the way to our evening destination of Stein am Rhein, the town we had passed through on our way from Schaffhausen to Constance just two days before, we stopped at a roadside stall selling ...
... cities like a rocking pram calms a child. There's a warmth, a charm and a sense of appropriate scale which is immediately expunged by the introduction of motor vehicles. Thus it was wholly appropriate that our Pino adventure commence in Constance where bicycles of all shapes, sizes and vintages adorn the streets and ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed