Radisson Blu Hotel, St. Gallen
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... It serves a traditional famous Schlosswirtschaft Schattenburg it's a Foot long Weiner Schnitzel. Served with a pickled salad or fries. Chase was up for the challenge being the meat eater he is and as you can see didn't quite get there but gave it an impressive go. It was a great setting in traditional surrounds. A very busy place and it seems that's what people like about the place. A great finish to our first day in ...
... than un oeuf is enough ! Strasbourg was great ...after managing to find a parking space which didn't involve taking the roof off the car to enter a multi storey car park..... The French only drive Renaults and Citroens built for dwarfs and car parks to match. Great old town and really nice creperie for lunch. Onwards across mountain passes with snow falling Arrived at Konstanz late afternoon. Really nice town with lots of old buildings ...
... 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 ...
Today we went to the zeppelin museum. Zeppelin is the company that made the very first blimps. This was a great experience to see how they are made and how they work.
People would travel in zeppelins from Frankfurt,Germany to New York,USA in the ships of the sky. The biggest zeppelin was called the Hindenburg. In 1937 the Hindenburg was making its way to New York when it crashed and ...
... small island of Reichenau. As its a bit milder than the surrounding area, they can grow things for longer here so its pretty much a farming community; nice to walk around and sit and look at the water.
We will be leaving Germany soon to go to Belgium for work and we are looking forwards to continuing our adventures there!