Swiss Dreams Hotel Walzenhausen
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... wagon trot along the road (had to stop on my bike to snap a photo) and lots of lovely houses in the Swiss style of 3 or 4 levels with tiny wooden shingles (I wonder if they apply them in big sheets or have to line them up manually one at a time) and with a barn right next door!
I stopped on the way back by a river to have my meagre lunch of baked beans (I had a big breakfast!) and apples, did a pee under the bridge out of sight (I hope!) and headed on my way!
... some English is spoken in Zurich, but less in St Gallen and even less in Wittenbach, where Yves and Jake live.
In the morning, and over the weekend, I got to see how gorgeous Switzerland is - so pretty, so colourful (after the brick of England and stone of Scotland), so clean!! so tidy and so relaxed! It just doesn't feel like a stress-inducing place to live - things tick along very nicely - the church bells ring in time to the clock ...
... felt different. Cappuccino for me and an Appenzeller Bier for my cousin hit the spot. <i>"At 2,502.9 metres above sea level, Säntis is the highest mountain in the Alpstein mass of northeastern Switzerland. It is also the culminating point of the whole Appenzell Alps, between Lake Walenstadt and Lake Constance.'</i> Status update: my Swiss German has not improved. ...
... Ipad, Ipod, etc. is the way to go. So, of course when I lost my phone I was devastated. For one, it was my main way of communicating with people. Not only that, but I also had a lot of pictures of friends and family, and a GPS! --> when you are in a foreign country this thing is a must! So I literally tried almost everything so I could get it back. Unfortunately no luck, but it was definitely quite an adventure.
I needed to file a police report so I had ...
... considerably larger than Konstanz, and I noticed this as soon as I stepped off the bus. I was fortunate enough to have friends in both places, so I was able to find places to stay. I think getting lost is a must when you travel, because I did it several times...but this is okay!
Anyways, when I first got to Munich I got lost. I found my way after about 15 minutes, walking through pouring rain and carrying all my stuff (I packed ...