Weingut & Gastehaus "Traube Bacharach"
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... of this dish but his selection thanks to Paul's help was Lamb Bhuna which he enjoyed.
We were also lucky to stay with and enjoy the wonderful hospitality of Mark (Luke's Godfather) where Luke tried Pulled Pork for the first time and enjoyed this, however he did not add salad to this.
Starbucks has also supplied us with coffee as I'm sorry you cannot get a good coffee in the UK ...
... only just fits 2 people side by side, but we love a challenge.
We set off, Luke led the way with me following, about 200 steps in people started letting us pass them as I think they started to realise steep stair climbing is not easy and the family behind were not about to stop!! 300 in and Luke started to let some big puffs out but mum was not going to let him stop....a few Becisms 'this is when you get stronger' later we were at the top. Ok we may have got ...
... finding out. It has been 90 for 6 of the last 7 days - above 95 for 5 of the last 7. We don't have air-conditioning in our hotel, nor restaurants. It is hot, hot, hot.
Hot day, but not as bad as it has been, with the forecast high on 91F, and the road seemed to be fairly flat, as you would expect running along the river. The Rhine glistened in the sunshine as we passed terraced fields that seem to tilt neatly into the hills. We can't ...
... stick shift and lots of pick-up. We love it! The only downside to the car is in the sightlines, which aren't optimal.
Made it into Bacharach around 2:30 and felt like old pros, knowing exactly where the hotel was, where to park, etc. But it was blistering hot, about 37C (high 90's in Fahrenheit) and humid. Feels like St. Louis.
The room was smallish and hot, since it was on the fourth floor. A fourth floor ...
... is wonderful as you walk through the flowers and around the bird bath and the fountain. You also have a commanding view of the Rhine from here. The walkway leads you down to the chapel where one of the Princes of Prussia and his wife and son are buried. The chapel is small but with beautiful stained glass and sculptures. You can walk up the outside of one of the turrets. (Yes I did...my fear of heights should be gone by the time I hit England!) They have a cannon and catapult up ...
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