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... way down to warm up while eating an Nussgipfel ( famous swiss Nut-sticks) Everywhere you go even on the Base-camp where the Lift brings you up to the Säntis you see Constructions going , they are really cementing and filling Switzerland with concrete this day's greatly diminishing the upon a time quality of Live with it.... it is getting too crowded at least for me ...
I took German classes just before we left on our trip. My instructor is a 30 something German woman who married a Texan and now lives in kerrville. She told us about the hundreds of public wellness centers across Germany. Any town of any size has one...there are over 1000 in all.
This is not to be confused with a gym...no exercise is done here...only relaxation. We got our chance in Meersburg. Harry ...
Meersburg has made it to the list of my all time favorite towns. It is on the north side of Lake Konstanze and was another German city spared bombing. Consequently it's medieval architecture is evident in just about everything. So many people out today. It boasts the largest castle in Germany and has the most incredible lakeside promenade. Today we had our first REAL apple strudel. YUM. Our spellplatze for the evening is also very nice. Photos to ...
Essentially our last day on holiday since from here we will
be heading back to Winkel to tidy up, return the bus and generally get ready
for the long trip home. Corinne made contact with her brother and a decision
was taken to meet up with him at the Rhinefal in Schaffhausen. So after a good
breakfast, onto the bikes for a gentle 45km round trip to Shaffhausen and back.
Fortunately the road took us along the banks of the Rhine and ...
... relaxing” ride through the area. Lake Constance lies along the German/Swiss
border and so, being on the north of the lake we were cycling predominantly in
Germany. It’s funny how one is constantly moving between countries but no one
worries about documents. It appears to be “nut gathering” season, and there
were many people walking around under the wild walnut trees searching for
Personally I really like ...