Swiss Dreams Hotel Walzenhausen
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... We made a quick pitstop to the town of Interlarken which did nothing to change our minds. Lots of shops selling every conceivable brand of Swiss watch. By a stroke of good luck our next destination took us to what we considered to be the real Switzerland, some spectacular scenery in the mountains. We randomly picked a road on the map and found ourselves following the most gorgeous mountain road. It had sweeping bends and some switchbacks and ...
... pure shunting through towns, particularly Freiburg where we saw an actual shunt, a woman having driven into the back of a man, and doing her best to blame him. It reminded me, with our limited language skills (though Liza's German isn't bad) how difficult a situation that could prove for us. Sat nav, as ever, got us through it all. Serena, what a girl. Seriously. We would have been mental to attempt this without her. I think this at practically every junction we ...
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 ...
After breakfast Marion went to get Rudi's car so that we could go to Meersburg on Lake Constance aka the Bodensee. On the way we hope to take a detour into Switzerland so that Melody can get a bonus country under her belt. Taking the Autobahn it turns out that Marion drives faster than Dave as we got up to 190+ kph. Boy that is fast. We arrived in Switzerland went for a walk along the lake and then had lunch at a café that was the outlet for some chocolates that they ...
... forest, apple and cherry orchards with the occasional strawberry field. Vineyards are also prevalent, especially as you get closer to the Bodensee. We have spent the last few days cycling along traffic free lanes
and forest tracks.
On Tuesday we cycled down to the Bodensee through pretty villages, forest and vineyards. We passed an old house whose roof was covered with storks nesting on purpose built platforms. Everywhere you looked there were storks, ...