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... There's about six vantage points that you can reach via stairs and walkways and I visited them all and took dozens of photos. The stairs and walkways were covered in snow and ice but the sun was shining, and despite it being zero degrees it felt warmer because it was very still. Next I returned to Chamonix and we headed for Switzerland. We didn't know too much about Switzerland so made a uneducated decision to head for the city of Lausanne which ...
Xonrupt-Longemer to Friedrichshafen 170 miles France empty, Germany full. That was a hard, tense drive. But first, apologies to Guy in France. Yes indeed, that was Vosges. But that's still a good 200 miles from you and we had to turn left into Germany. At least we thought that was a good idea at the time... Being us, it's all a bit ad-hoc/make it up as you go along. Believe me Guy, I looked at that map and thought about you. Ruled it out and thought about ...
We arrived in Zurich with expectations and all of them were met with disappointment. Impressions of Zurich. Brown, bland, uninspiring. It was difficult to find a park. In the end we found somewhere and had to ride about 6 km back into town to have a look around. We rode along the lake into Zurich and it was a cloudy old day which may not have helped but it all seemed so dull and lifeless after where we had been. Hence we only spent a couple of hours looking around before ...
... 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 ...
... Museum. This was a big museum dedicated to the great airships of the 1930s. Fascinating! I hadn't realized that these dirigibles made regularly-scheduled trips between Germany and Brazil in the 1930s! The exhibits were great - they displayed lots of memorabilia from the airships, and gave you a feel for what the cabins looked like through actual size mock-ups. You got a great sense of what it was like to "cruise" from Europe to the ...