- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... where it finally felt like Christmas drinking gluwein in the cold. Nic is getting plenty of opportunities to practice her German and is being understood so far. Nic is now registered as formally living in Austria, has a bank account and a phone. Our shipping all arrived in one piece from Australia via the UK. This was delivered by two men from Hull, which proved quite interesting as Roger struggled to understand ...
Well, I have never been somewhere as cold as Diepoldsau! Then again, it is on
the boarder of the Austrian and Swiss Alps. Looking out the kitchen window, you
can see both sets of Alps!
Day one saw a very relaxed day. In the morning, not a great deal
happened. After a late breakfast, we went down to the centre of town and had a
look around. Then, it was lunch ...
... did not match Italy in that there was a lift up to the deck instead of dicky stairs, the toilets were clean and had detergent and hand dryers that worked, when you got to the other side it was not a free for all but you were let off in order. Then drove to Insel Mainau the garden Island, even though it's nearly winter, the gardens are gorgeous. Did some shopping in Konstance, great town, then back via the ferry to our Hotel, great day all around. Another day bit cloudy and cold ...
... at indoor fairs, these towns have small wooden booths which take several weeks to set up that fill their streets and squares. Lindau's market does start until next week.
For a small place it has lots of different restaurants. Greek, Italian, French, Donairs (of course), Swiss, German and Sardinian. Yes, yes I know that Sardinia is part of Italy.
The Sardinian one was interesting. It was like a Sardinian import store ...
We woke up early so we could finish shopping and catch a train to Liechtenstein. After an hour of furious shopping, we finished!! Nothing like waiting until the last day! We caught our train to Buchs. From there, we had to catch a yellow bus into Liechtenstein.
We went to the tourist office in Vaduz and got the "Tourist Stamp" in our passport. Apparently there are some countries that will view your passport as invalid if you have one of these stamps!!! I'm in ...