Seevital Hotel Schiff Langenargen
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... amazing churches - Catholic and Protestant.
We also visited a local town about 30 minutes away by bus and drove through some beautiful mountain side scenery full of rivers far below very high bridges and tall grassy hills with mountain houses until we came to Appenzeller, a tourist town known for true Swiss traditions and for being extremely conservative (they still vote in the center of town ...
... got pretty cold in the snow - because for some reason they still have outdoor shopping malls, like queen street in Brisbane. It was nice at first till it started getting too cold. Then we went to the only other thing in the town which was open, which was the Zeppelin Museum. It turns out this was pretty much the home of the Zeppelin - or where they were built anyway. We had a walk around and quite a few exhibits had English translations which was good. I'm not ...
Yesterday was Christmas and we had a pretty relaxed day in our apartment. Everything here was closed so we just chilled and made the most of being on holiday. We didn't eat too much since we didn't find an open shop on Christmas eve, that was probably a good thing anyway!! It snowed a tiny bit but it didn't settle, so no white Christmas. I spoke to my parents and grandparents on Skype which was nice, but it ...
... of the afternoon by walking around the Christmas markets in St Gallen and shopping for our pre-decided Krist Kringle with our €20 budget. That night we made a delicious feast and continued the card rivalry of St Anton with a wider audience. We also added Jenga into the mix, which certainly challenged Warwick's hand skills, and Uno, which Felice innocently reminded Pat that he lost multiple times! After a restless sleep due to the symphony of bells ...
... local fort which was built in 1462 or thereabouts. Our knees seem to have caught a few maggots on the climb, but it was worth it. Schaffhausen was built on the Rhine so it has a lovely walk along the promenade with its restaurants, cafés and of course the flower boxes and beds. The only big decision we have to make today (and every day) where to have dinner? Italian is big in the restaurant scene here so that looks ...