Travel Blogs from Beilstein, Germany

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Mosel River with the Preizlers - guest entry, Beilstein, Germany travel blog

Mosel River with the Preizlers - guest entry

A travel blog entry by kantors_abroad

... to the Netherlands and they are evident in Gouda. On Thursday we drove in a rented car to a little town, Beilstein, on the Mosel River in Germany, about a four-hour drive, mostly on the autobahn. We stopped in Koln for lunch, a city that was nearly ...

oh Europe...how you enchant us!!!, Beilstein, Germany travel blog

oh Europe...how you enchant us!!!

A travel blog entry by bevin

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... to Cochem – cute town and will be the bike ride destination for lunch tomorrow.  Drove directly to Beilstein (there are 4 Beilstein’s in Germany so as we drove in circles we were sure I’d plugged in the wrong one and we’d end ...

Beilstein, Beilstein, Alemania travel blog

Beilstein

A travel blog entry by ingobasilea

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Gilze (Tilburg) to Beilstein transition, Beilstein, Germany travel blog

Gilze (Tilburg) to Beilstein transition

A travel blog entry by johnandmaree

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Into Germany today, 4 hour drive. Anyone doing this with a TomTom, take note: Beilstein, Germany is NOT Beilstein, Mosel. There is this small 200km difference, which thanks to Maree's quick thinking we did not explore. When TomTom showed a 5 hour trip we ...

Biking along the Mosel River, Beilstein, Germany travel blog

Biking along the Mosel River

A travel blog entry by bevin

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... – eat at our hotel sitting overlooking the river or go to the "cellar" restaurant behind us which looks really cool.  Only 180 residents live in Beilstein -  perfect size for a quaint delightful German town – we will ...

Moseying on the Mosel, Beilstein, Germany travel blog

Moseying on the Mosel

A travel blog entry by okaw2

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... , crossing on the small ferry boat and checking on the swan.  We ate in the Cloister Restaurant and had a great meal.  Beilstein was once a powerhouse on the river and there is a large church above most of the town.  The last monk retired ...

3 days in fairy tale town, Beilstein, Germany travel blog

3 days in fairy tale town

A travel blog entry by sandemac

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... all sharing the same room. We went to breakfast and then visited the next town down the river of Cochem. Very I compared to Beilstein, still a lovely town. We managed to get a cable for Lachlan's Mappy (which we have nicknamed Mandy). We drove about 100 ...

Transition day, Beilstein, Germany travel blog

Transition day

A travel blog entry by sandemac

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... have yet another stolen lunch. (We make lunch every morning at breakfast time at the hotel we are staying at). We arrived in Beilstein and this little town is straight out of a story book. I have been looking forward to meeting the lady Susan Ostermann ...

The Rhine to Mosel Valley, Beilstein, Germany travel blog

The Rhine to Mosel Valley

A travel blog entry by ang_and_steve

... too. Angie took an awesome picture of her knight in shining armor. (yeah cheesy we know) Thanks to ´Kit´ we made it to Beilstein a small town on the Mosel river just about an hour or so from St. Goar. The town was small and truly picturesque. Our ...

Beilstein, Beilstein, Germany travel blog

Beilstein

A travel blog entry by anne531

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A trip to Wilhelma Zoo in Stuttgart, and my 'family' and I spent some time exploring their local sights, one of which was the fortress Hohenbeilstein, and the falconry housed ...

Getting There, Beilstein, Germany travel blog

Getting There

A travel blog entry by okaw2

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... ; Clay is on first floor and I'm on the second floor.  Met at 1900 in dining room, had a glass of 2010 Beilstein Schlossburg Trocken at the bar.. Ordered a Jaegerschnitzel, with pomme frites and sauerkraut—very tasty. Dining room was quite ...

Day 1: Trailer Trek Across Country(s), Beilstein, Germany travel blog

Day 1: Trailer Trek Across Country(s)

A travel blog entry by threemototeers

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... we pick up Kathryn and Annette at the Dublin airport on Sunday??  (We shall not be daunted!!) The drive through Germany, The Netherlands and Belgium was scenic… the steeples rising from the quaint German villages and the patchwork quilt of ...

Burg Eltz, Beilstein, Germany travel blog

Burg Eltz

A travel blog entry by sandemac

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... . I might go for a walk and have a glass of wine soon. Lachlan Greg and I went for a walk up to the Burg in Beilstein. There isn't much left of the castle, however there is a spiral staircase up a rock tower which may have been built in 1958 for tourist ...

Beilstein day 3, Beilstein, Germany travel blog

Beilstein day 3

A travel blog entry by johnandmaree

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... I gather. They traveled as far as Enkirch, the last stop before Traban Trarbach where they got off and were to peddle back to Beilstein. 40km in 4 hours, a pretty good average. It is very flat here and there are bikes everywhere. English is a bit of a ...

Roots, Liesenich, Germany travel blog

Roots

A travel blog entry by okaw2

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... cemetery on the edge of Mittelstrimmig on the way back to Liesenich (no listed names on headstones.)  Back on the road to Beilstein,I  stopped at first creek valley and walked a trail for 3 km to Pugelmuehle—the mill has been converted to ...

Beilstein day 2, Beilstein, Germany travel blog

Beilstein day 2

A travel blog entry by johnandmaree

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We are still in this little bit of paradise nicknamed 'Sleeping Beauty', otherwise known as Beilstein on the Moselle. Breakfast is in the inner dining room here, which in the 1500's I understand was the 'Knights Room'. It is furnished accordingly with a ...

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