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An idyllic winter's respite from a busier week spent in Swabian Germany for business. One of the hidden gems for travelers seeking Europe in the winter is the calm, solitude, and the ability to - just be - in a Europe more authentically experienced without the hordes and traffic.
Travelers driving, as I had, to the tiny principality of …
... side. Now a race against time it's 11:49 - check out for the hotel is 12noon and the train goes to Morges at 12:16. We get to the hotel at 12:01 get our bags and board the train at 12:15 - now that is to the minute timing! We have to make a change at Zurich and Camille had only downloaded up to the 12.09 train, so with a bit of guess work using the previous train times, we managed to make the connection with about 8 minutes to spare! We're getting good at ...
... scenery, although most of it was blocked by a thick wall of cloud. After less than an hour I was in Lidau, a town on the edge of the big Lake Bodensee in the south of Germany (the lake borders Germany, Austria and Switzerland!). Here I stopped for a coffee and a stroll and a sit. It's a lovely little town with a part of it on a small island which is where I had my chai latte. ...
... and back to the house. We had clear skies and the sun was out so after packing some snacks, we set off on the hike. We made our way from the house towards what most locals affectionately refer to as the “ugly golden Easter egg” hotel where Intercontinental is building a behemoth luxury resort that is completely out of tune with the natural surroundings. The hotel also marks the start of the trail up to the top of the mountain. The hike up was a very ...
... started eating while it was still hot. We had picked up two dishes to share and both were delicious. The first was a schnitzel which is a thin piece of breaded chicken that was served with a tasty potato salad. The second was a regional dish which we didn’t really know what it was until we asked at the end. It was a kind of dumpling made out of bread, egg, and spices served with mushroom gravy (including my fave chanterelles!). We enjoyed ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking