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Hotel in Stein am Rhein was very comfortable overnight with extra large room. Interesting breakfast.. No buffet because only 10 people staying in hotel but we could have "whatever we wanted " the temptation to request a plate of just Swiss chocolate was restrained for a very nice cheese omelette with Lynne opting for the comfort of another …
... It winds and circles back over itself because it runs along the German Swiss border and is not allowed to cross into Switzerland. It was used to carry troops and artillery to the River Rhein. The highest bridge is 34 metres high. We had a break in Fützen 587 m where we took photos. At the end in Blumegg the locomotive moves to the other end of the carriages and ...
Xonrupt-Longemer to Friedrichshafen 170 miles France empty, Germany full. That was a hard, tense drive. But first, apologies to Guy in France. Yes indeed, that was Vosges. But that's still a good 200 miles from you and we had to turn left into Germany. At least we thought that was a good idea at the time... Being us, it's all a bit ad-hoc/make it up as you go along. Believe me Guy, I looked at that map and thought about you. Ruled it out and thought about ...
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 ...
The Rhine Fall is the largest plain waterfall in Europe.
The falls are located on the High Rhine between the municipalities of Neuhausen am Rheinfall and Laufen-Uhwiesen, near the town of Schaffhausen in northern Switzerland, between the cantons of Schaffhausen and Zürich. They are 150 m (450 ft) wide and 23 m (75 ft) high.