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... good and bad. The city itself was pretty uninteresting despite the glowing recommendation in Lonely Planet but it has a great Olympic Games Museum which we both really enjoyed. The International Olympic Committee is based in Lausanne and the museum was excellent. It covers all aspects of the Olympic Games and included heaps of memorabilia, interactive exhibits, even behind the scenes stuff about the athletes village. Our next stop was the ...
... seemed to have too many rules and too many cars and too many tolls. So we settled on Bodensee. You (I) can't get everything right. The whole of Germany, a fair bit of Switzerland, and some of France seems to be on the edge of the enormous Titicaca-like lake that is Bodensee. Originally we had planned to stay in a town called Uberlingen but Uberlingen was full. Working our way down through the D31, everywhere was full. Bloody enormous campsites the size ...
... for Constance. Now this place had some style and interest. We were turned away from the campsite as it was full but they told us we could park for 12 hours around where the swimming pool carpark was. Perfect. We have everything we need so a free camp was great. After so much moving and travelling we were a bit tired but we decided to still jump on our bikes to explore Constance and to do so means you ride from Switzerland into Germany and back in an afternoon. During the war ...
... Museum. This was very interesting describing the Hindenburg disaster and how the airship was designed. Sophie loved it as she got a suitcase in which she had to collect information at different spots throughout the museum.
After 2 and a half hours we left the museum and drove onto Bregenz. It is on lake Bodensee and was very busy as there was a demonstration and lots of police were set up around the main city centre. It was actually a bit scary as we had no ...
Our day today began much earlier than breakfast. This was our second night in Luzern, Switzerland and Pete and I had fallen asleep pretty quickly after the Swiss/French fussball match (Switzerland lost pretty badly). Then, at 12:30am, we were suddenly awaked by blood curdling screams from the street below our window. Confused, Pete went out onto the balcony and saw a woman laying in the fetal position on ...