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... one Brat and hot dog stand open that served the meat in pretzel buns, so of course Kevin was in heaven.
Switzerland does not have regular coffee, so you have to get something with espresso and they don't have bagels - only croissants, which are quite delicious.
Switzerland is extremely expensive, but not to the Swiss since minimum wage is $25 Francs, so let's say we have tried our best to navigate the grocery store to ...
Since we arrived in Friedrichshafen it has barely stopped snowing. Everything is now covered in a layer of snow making it look pretty magical but also making it freezing. Yesterday we went into the town to wander around and avoid driving too far, I think their sales started so there were quite a few people around. We found a café which made some delicious 'Italian white hot chocolate', which to me tasted kinda like custard but was amazing anyway.
After a ...
Yesterday was Christmas and we had a pretty relaxed day in our apartment. Everything here was closed so we just chilled and made the most of being on holiday. We didn't eat too much since we didn't find an open shop on Christmas eve, that was probably a good thing anyway!! It snowed a tiny bit but it didn't settle, so no white Christmas. I spoke to my parents and grandparents on Skype which was nice, but it ...
... of my trip so far. Felice, Warwick and I spent two incredible nights at Hotel Opera in München as a last minute change of basketball schedule meant that Jarrad couldn't join us. During the days we walked the streets and found an awesome ice skating rink, as well as a perching spot that served Glühwein. The afternoon (and evening) saw us find an absolute win of restaurant called Brenner. This place was like heaven on earth, serving freshly grilled fish, ...
... lunch, we went down to lake
constance for a walk and more looking around with photo opportunities.
awhile, we came back to the house and had Andy's (Chris's uncle) legendary
traditional fondue. Fondue is originally cheese based not chocolate! And oh my
god, it was to die for! To eat fondue, you pierce the bread with a fork and dip
it in a spirit ...