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... glad to get away from it as it must
have taken 20 minutes for the motorcycles to pass.
We followed the river for several hours getting slightly
drunk from all the turns and decided not to go all the way to Koblenz where the
Moselle meets the Rhine but crossed over via a very steep and narrow road to the
town of Boppard and followed the Rhine from there to the city of Mainz.
We had booked a place to stay but where a ...
... worn by respected soldiers and generals. Each had bullet holes through them and told stories of who wore them and what happened to them. Many of the soldiers died from their wounds and you could physically see the holes for, the bullets that killed them which was fascinating. Obviously hitlers rise to power is a significant part of German history and a large part of the museum was dedicated to this era. I found the most confronting was the information on the prosecution ...
We were awake before the alarm at 6.15 am and after fruit and a cup of tea we finished our packing and were ready to depart. Outside it had snowed again, heavier than the night before and was still falling as our taxi arrived and took us to the station for our 9.07 departure. An hour later we were off the train in Breclav with an hours wait for our 11.07 connection to Berlin via Prague. It was still snowing in Breclav as we left but had stopped by the time ...
... amp; Rach 0.
We did manage to relax a bit in Beekbergen with slightly sore butts from the bike seats. Something we had to get used to as we jumped on a train into Amsterdam to catch up once again with the Dutch superheroes, Martijn and Lesley.
... hot air balloon. The ride took us 150m into the air to get a birds eye view of the city….it was spectacular!!! Isabell had brought their fluff of a dog Benji with us for the day, and up in the air they were a mere spot on the street below.
After our balloon ride we went for a short drive towards Potsdam Palace and Gardens. It's fair to say they stack up to the famous French Versailles Palace and Gardens….I even thought that these German ...