Appartement Hotel Seerose
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... and split by the German/Swiss border. So right now, across the lake we can stare at the wonder that is the Swiss Alps, and very fetching they look too. All hickeldy-pickledy and some rising up well above the horizon of Bodensee. The lake is so enormous that, like Titicaca, it has a beach. We are way too tired to lay on the beach. It's warm here. And, obviously, dry. Last night was another freezing one in Alsace and, beautiful as the spot was, it was nice to ...
... for Constance. Now this place had some style and interest. We were turned away from the campsite as it was full but they told us we could park for 12 hours around where the swimming pool carpark was. Perfect. We have everything we need so a free camp was great. After so much moving and travelling we were a bit tired but we decided to still jump on our bikes to explore Constance and to do so means you ride from Switzerland into Germany and back in an afternoon. During the war ...
... was good but just as we finished we was a storm coming across the lake. It started to rain and all of the patrons of the restaurant who were eating outside rushed inside as the wind came up and it started to pour. When the storm was over we called for a taxi and headed back to the hotel.
Getting back to the hotel, Melody went up to the room and the rest of us had a night cap and desert before turning in for the night. We plan to meet downstairs for breakfast at ...
... the air and sat in the
trees, clacking their huge beaks like they were faintly annoyed at something.
We cycled along the lake side and stopped for lunch at Meersburg where the ferries go across to Konstanz. The town of Meersburg is very pretty and dominated by a large schloss. We continued along the lakeside for a while longer to Hagnau and then headed north through
more vineyards and back to the campsite. It was getting very hot by this point
so we headed ...
... and think that we may
one day end up living here. It all depends on what we can find to buy.
We ended up our ride at the town of Stien am Rhine which is
an old town that dates back to the 1600’s. The old part of the town is
beautifully preserved and the walls are covered with murals depicting the
cities founding fathers. What is good to see is that even the newer building
have carried on the mural tradition and modern murals adorn ...