Travel Blogs from Cochem, Germany

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Aug 17, 2012, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Aug 17, 2012

A travel blog entry by lifeinbrian

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No castles, no falcons, no fun..., Cochem, Germany travel blog

No castles, no falcons, no fun...

A travel blog entry by jklezok

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... and the Mosel is calling us. Down to the main drag we go to check out the shops and the scenery. This is the part of Germany that we visited briefly last September. We didn't get to stop here, so we have come back. Cochem has its very own castle sitting ...

Cochem (Nathan), Cochem, Germany travel blog

Cochem (Nathan)

A travel blog entry by nateandglenn

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... a stall selling currywurst, I couldn't resist getting some. Mark had told me about currywurst several times and I had read that Germany even has a currywurst museum somewhere, so I had to see what the big deal was. Currywurst is basically a sausage ...

Cochem Reborn, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Cochem Reborn

A travel blog entry by linda.pestes.7

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We followed that slow day in the Netherlands with a fascinating trip to Cochem' Germany, where we discovered a most interesting village, in the beautiful Moselle Valley.  The Cochem Castle, like other medieval castles, was built on a high hill for ...

Drunk and Disorderly!, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Drunk and Disorderly!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree

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... .     The steep slopes of the Mosel are mineral rich dark slate; it is one of the warmest places in Germany with mild winters, warm summers, the right amount of rain and no frosts.  Nevertheless we are talking 1500 hours of sunshine ...

Cochem, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Cochem

A travel blog entry by jeffandmarie

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We travelled down the Rhine River to this picturesque village, Cochem. We did some wine tasting and took in the view from the Reichsburg Schloss Hotel: Noss Dinner: We had dinner at the local Weihnachtsmarkt, which was located in a tent. Marie and I ...

Von Pommern nach Cochem, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Von Pommern nach Cochem

A travel blog entry by buencamino

Heute ging's von Pommern erst mal durch eine lustige Bahnschranke und dann an der Mosel entlang, zunächst bis nach Klotten. Da haben wir das auf uns genommen, was von jedem durchschnittlichen Freizeitparkbesucher gefordert wird - nämlich den Berg mit ...

Up, Up and Away!, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Up, Up and Away!

A travel blog entry by rachelkw

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... that was way too expensive for us to go to. Then we headed back down, avoiding an over-priced cafe too. In the centre of Cochem, the old buildings thronged with tourists. There were street performers and lots of little shops to look in. We ended up in a ...

Cochem Castle + Youth Center Activities, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Cochem Castle + Youth Center Activities

A travel blog entry by bellalunamj

Thursday I traveled to Cochem with the YC! It was a really great time. The kids were pretty good even though they hate walking and tours so a walking tour was like the last thing they ever wanted to do in their life...but it was a really cool castle. I ...

Traveling to Germany (Nathan), Cochem, Germany travel blog

Traveling to Germany (Nathan)

A travel blog entry by nateandglenn

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The first part of the day was pretty uneventful... we just took the train out of Paris and rode to Germany, and Cochem, our final destination for the day. It was a relaxing, pleasant train ride, with the graffiti and concrete of the city fading away into ...

Mosel River Valley, Lots-a-wine, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Mosel River Valley, Lots-a-wine

A travel blog entry by dfdippel

... Valley is I have to tell you about of arrival. We had trouble booking ahead and were lucky to have secured a room in Cochem over a weekend. Inger made the reservation with a woman, Frau Pellny, who spoke about as much English as we did German. About ...

The Rhinelands!, Bacarach, Germany travel blog

The Rhinelands!

A travel blog entry by andrewhubbard

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... every day we were in the Rhine, and the forest looked beautiful and green. It´s been a lovely time of year to visit Germany. We´ve had lovely fine weather everyday and all the spring flowers have started to come out. I´ve especially been enjoying ...

Cochem (Mosel Valley), Germany, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Cochem (Mosel Valley), Germany

A travel blog entry by jeronimo

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Moseldalen - Dag 19, Cochem, Tyskland travel blog

Moseldalen - Dag 19

A travel blog entry by lrtravel

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... vid något mer tillfälle och så enbart ägna oss åt Mosel. Vi kör igenom Zell och till Cochem där Vi stannar vid en parkeringsplats ut Husbilsklubbens lista. Här har vi stått en gång tidigare för 5 ...

Visite du château de Eltz, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Visite du château de Eltz

A travel blog entry by ontariens

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... km ou de faire du pouce sur la route. On y va pour la marche!  4 km à  pied ça use les souliers! En revenant à Cochem, on se repose un peu, et on se dirige vers la piscine-spa pas loin, question de donner un petit  break à nos ...

Arrivé en Deutschland, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Arrivé en Deutschland

A travel blog entry by ontariens

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... atrainit vers 13 h à notre destination. Le TGV filait plus vite que nos expériences antérieures. La petite ville de Cochem est tout à fait charmante, bistro, boutique, la rivière Moselle, le château Reichsburg...tout qu'un coup d'oeil. ...

Meandering up the Mosel, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Meandering up the Mosel

A travel blog entry by themaggiej

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... ; The Moselle is one of the longest tributaries of the Rhine, winding its way through 545 kilometres and three countries - Germany, France and Luxembourg with the section from Koblenz to Trier supposedly being 'one of the prettiest landscapes in all of ...

Germany here we come, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Germany here we come

A travel blog entry by abi.latham

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... a lot later and was a lot more expensive.  Instead we would travel up through Alsace - France and change in Germany at Saarbrucken, arriving in Cochem at 16:58 for a total of 70 euro each. Unlike the last few days of very warm and pleasant weather, ...

I needed a rest again today, Cochem, Germany travel blog

I needed a rest again today

A travel blog entry by zolina

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... to the train station. By the time I got there I was very tired of walking around with my big backpack on. When I got to Cochem, I was exhausted and didn’t feel like doing anything. The place I was staying was literally across a parking lot from the ...

My feet hurt...seriously, Cochem, Germany travel blog

My feet hurt...seriously

A travel blog entry by zolina

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... good thing because it will make interviewing a lot easier. Well, enough of that. Tomorrow I will head to Amsterdam, stopping in Cologne, Germany on the way for a few hours. After Amsterdam is Brussels, then back to Paris, and that’s it! The end is ...

Moselle castles, birds and wine, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Moselle castles, birds and wine

A travel blog entry by abi.latham

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... it was the most delicious white I have ever had.   Good parts recorded I must say that the restaurant food here in Cochem is of a pub standard.  Not bad enough to send back, but clearly no trained chefs.  They are very heavy on salt, ...

Cuckoo Clocks and Birkenstocks (it rhymes ok), St Goar, Rhine Valley, Germany travel blog

Cuckoo Clocks and Birkenstocks (it rhymes ok)

A travel blog entry by jojoanna

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... We stayed at St Goar camping ground, run by Herman the Mad German (who is a very nice man) and his wife (a former Miss Germany).   Great campsite alongside a stream, very friendly people, nice bar and food.  Herman hosted all the girls at a ...

Stone cold sober in a wine region AGAIN!, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Stone cold sober in a wine region AGAIN!

A travel blog entry by spo_rt

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Lovely, cold, rainy and quiet overnight - conducive for 2 exhausted bodies to sleep so deeply that even the bladder alarm didn’t get us up until after 9:30am. A bit panicked - starting to really truly understand we just don’t have enough time ...

Mummy and Daddy came to stay! <3, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Mummy and Daddy came to stay! <3

A travel blog entry by beckygooch

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... I went to visit Chris in Wuppertal and we spent the day eating Chinese food, watching Friends and trying to plan various trips around Germany and Europe. The weekend was really great, and I think it was important for all of us that I could show them where ...

Reichsburg Castle was occupied by King Konrad III, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Reichsburg Castle was occupied by King Konrad III

A travel blog entry by c.i.222

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Map of Cochem   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   Oct 29, Tue: COCHEM is pronounced kokem.   The current population of 5,000 inhabitants live in the center of the Mosel wine country, a traditional German town with half-timbered houses ...

On the Mosel, Cochem, Germany travel blog

On the Mosel

A travel blog entry by cncadventures

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... is not supposed to be great so we will try and get an early start. Good Night. CNC Expenses 20.80E- Train to Cochem 10E- Reichsburg Castle Tour 50E- Haus Von Hoegen Apartment 20E- Dinner,wine,dessert and tomorrow breakfast and lunch 2 Gallons- sweat that ...

Day Trip to Koblenz and Cochem, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Day Trip to Koblenz and Cochem

A travel blog entry by danandcasey

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... hilltops above. Even more picturesque were the terraced vineyards covered in snow etched into the passing mountainsides. These areas of Germany are known for their wines (especially the white Riesling variety) and even in snow-covered winter, their beauty ...

Near Alf, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Near Alf

A travel blog entry by traveltragic

Traben Trabach Einkirch Zell Marianburg - old convent high on hill - greta view of valley Alf - winefest Drove towards Cochem & stopped beside ...

Cochem, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Cochem

A travel blog entry by ruudbatta

A visit to the ...

Cochem, Cochem, Germany travel blog

Cochem

A travel blog entry by ahartry

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Cloudy with some drizzle. Departed after breakfast for Cochem. Found close pension. Dropped bags. Walked through old town. Many small streets. Vineyards terraced up hillsides. Very wonderful castel on promontory (Reichsberg). Tour interesting, but ...

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