Seevital Hotel Schiff Langenargen
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... on all major political issues and ties then are counted by everyone of each opposing view standing in line). Also, women couldn't vote until 1994.
We visited a liquor distillery here that produces Appenzeller, Alpenbitter - one of the most popular shots in Switzerland, but also recommended by doctors to be good for your stomach - it tastes like a mix between herbs, jager, and cough syrup mmm. We then visited a cheese factory and saw ...
Since we arrived in Friedrichshafen it has barely stopped snowing. Everything is now covered in a layer of snow making it look pretty magical but also making it freezing. Yesterday we went into the town to wander around and avoid driving too far, I think their sales started so there were quite a few people around. We found a café which made some delicious 'Italian white hot chocolate', which to me tasted kinda like custard but was amazing anyway.
After a ...
... sky were the same colour and pretty much blended together it looked cool.
After we had checked in we went for a walk and managed to find a café which was open for dinner. I got a sandwich and one of the best hot chocolates I've had in a long time. It was really nice and we will probably go back there. Once we walked back it was already dark and the snow is settling still, I think it could get pretty deep!
... yet very German tradition of letting fireworks off in the street, in your backyard, off the balcony, out your window or God knows where else. There were crackers and full on fireworks going off everywhere. So of course, we got in the spirit and began lighting firecrackers and setting them off. Apart from Brian almost setting me alight, it was such a fun start (?!?) to the evening. After this, we decided to head into a club in Ulm called Myers, which was packed and ...
... relaxing” ride through the area. Lake Constance lies along the German/Swiss
border and so, being on the north of the lake we were cycling predominantly in
Germany. It’s funny how one is constantly moving between countries but no one
worries about documents. It appears to be “nut gathering” season, and there
were many people walking around under the wild walnut trees searching for
Personally I really like ...