Hotel Reutemann und Seegarten
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... prosperous country which even has its own royal family who live in a castle overlooking the capital of Vaduz. It didn't seem unlike Switzerland to us, perhaps the buildings seemed a little bit more modern but otherwise pretty similar. We spent just one night in Liechtenstein and the next day rode our bikes from one end to the other and back again. We liked the idea of riding from one end of a country to another. A real novelty and like ...
... all had no room at the inn and the journey became more tense the longer it went on. Having thought we'd be camped up by 2pm, it was about 5pm before a kindly Frau squeezed us in (literally) to a space that didn't/doesn't really exist and robbed us of 18 euros. And that represented a bargain as the prices had lowered the further we went along Bodensee. Which is crazy. Because the further you get, eastwards, the more beautiful it becomes. The lake is ...
We arrived in Zurich with expectations and all of them were met with disappointment. Impressions of Zurich. Brown, bland, uninspiring. It was difficult to find a park. In the end we found somewhere and had to ride about 6 km back into town to have a look around. We rode along the lake into Zurich and it was a cloudy old day which may not have helped but it all seemed so dull and lifeless after where we had been. Hence we only spent a couple of hours looking around before ...
... Melody were off again. This time they went up the steep hill farther into Meersburg. There were a number of interesting stores and Melody went into a few but did not buy anything. She also reminded Dave he was supposed to look for baby clothes. We looked but did not see anything that we liked. Melody and Dave did see a working water wheel on their tour.
Meeting up with Ann and Marion it was time to go for supper. We had a supper at a restaurant along the water. ...
... around the northern part of the lake wasn't as pretty as it had been further south, but Konstanz itself was a nice place to visit.
We started by climbing the tower of the Munster for a view, then crossed the river to visit the Archaeological Museum - mostly in German, but very interesting nonetheless. I do wish we could have read more of the exhibits, which seemed to give lots of information about Stone and Bronze ...