Hotel Reutemann und Seegarten
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Grand Rapids-Cincinnati-Frankfurt May 15-16, 2009 I drove to Grand Rapids for my flight to Cincinnati on Delta. This was the first time I had flown Delta to Europe, so I was interested as to how the experience would be. We took off and landed on time in Cincinnati and I found my way to the Sky Club, the newly named Delta lounge that Delta-Northwest …
... happy to be back on the ground). Then we traveled to the Bodensee (A.K.A Lake Constance) which is one of the biggest lakes in Europe and is boarded by Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. We stayed in a little bed and breakfast that was 50 meters from the water and had a good dinner at a local restaurant where the waitresses wore dirndls. The next morning we started our day on the island Lindau, which is also on the Bodensee. With cappuccinos in hand, ...
... up, our hands were already very cold.
Back on the bikes and we rode in the sun with snowy mountains in the distance. We did our usual motorway trick of only paying for one motorbike, no point changing our tactics this close to the end. It was cold riding on the motorway as at high speed the wind was freezing but still worth it as we made good time. We filled up our bikes before the Switzerland border, while the bikes were being filled we put our gloves on ...
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My destination was Vaduz, the capital of Lichtenstein, but my stop along the way was Fussen. Fussen is an hour from Memmingen and is at the bottom of Germany and is home to two beautiful castles. I arrived here and got out to wander up to the castles, however didn't end up going there because one, it began raining, two, it was 25euro, three, you ...
... t be happening for a while yet, we started off by reading the various info panels and here are a few bits of trivia that we learned:
- About 1000 farms in the region supply the milk required to make Appenzell cheese – the cows only feed on Alpine pastures in the summer, hay in the winter (no silage) and are not given any antibiotics
- The herbal brine recipe and the freshness and pureness of the raw milk is what gives ...
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