Rastanlagen Im Hegau Ost
Travel Blogs from Engen
... the bus and sat down. I took this as my cue to pay and get the girls situated. I must not read cues well. He was telling me something (very loudly) in German that I did not understand...so I walked off the bus, confused. I stood outside for a few minutes, when another lady and a man came by. They both spoke English - yay! They told me that the bus was not working and that a repairman was on his way. (Great way to start the trip!) While I was waiting, I was told the ride would be 5 ...
Finally, I waved goodbye to England, a place I had called home (as different from home-home) for more than five years and boarded the BA Flight for Stuttgart. I was given a rather warm welcome by the Karrer family in Engen - I .
This is just my second day here and I have not done much so far but relaxing. I shall come back here soon to update my journey.
... build a snowman so once we were back on more travelled roads we found another place to pull over and do just that. In the snow, without ski gloves (they were all packed!) we made a snowman. He was great. Our hands were freezing but the snowman was rather impressive. None of us wanted to leave the snow so we all trudged off through the snow some more before it was just too cold to stay out. We drove back home to have a late lunch.
After lunch Ro made some more ...
... can walk around, but don’t go outside. The walk wasn’t quite as
hard as you might imagine, as the local snow plough passed us and cleared the
one lane road we were walking on.
To finish the night there was live entertainment back at the
pub. A local accordion player with electrical amplification. His playing was
better than his singing and our vocal cords didn’t improve things much either!
We decided to venture to a larger city on the other side of the lake, Konstanz.
It was a unique city with more music and entertainment. A summer festival was going on by the harbor. The rotating Imperia statue made the harbor very unique. ...