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... river. Koblenz is a beautiful town on the confluence of the Mosel and Rhein rivers with both an old heart and new areas constructed after 85% of the town was destroyed in WW2. We are enjoying the space, fresh air and peace after the chaos of Amsterdam. Our apartment has bikes and a laundry and these have been well used. Every stitch we have will be clean by the time we leave. We spent a lovely day ...
... well as Appropriate accommodations for the defenders. This was another highlight for
We returned to the ship for lunch before which we stopped' at the Senfniihld Mustard Factory
and are bringing home two unique tasting bottles of mustard.
We then returned to our boat, took a brief nap then went to a lounge to receive dis-embarqing
instructions to follow on Thursday.
this trip has ...
... water, they are so aware of viruses/sickness experienced on many cruises so they don't take any chances and have hand sanitizers at the doors of the lounge and restaurants to try and prevent it.
Tonight we will be staying in Rudesheim so will be off the Irish bar to watch the football apparently the TV in the rooms too small, we then sail in the early hours of tomorrow morning heading next to Mannheim. Football was boring can back at half time now watching in our room.
The weather of more precisely the temperature seems to dominate how we feel about the day ahead. Usually on holiday you are happy if it is hot and disappointed if it is looking gloomy. The opposite is the case with this one. As we awoke this morning to a cool overcast sky we had to have a quick think as to where our raincoats might be. Buried deep in one of the bags we presumed. As it turned out for he first 30 mins it was light ...
... at many other ports to pick up and drop off more passengers, there seemed to be a bit of a trend. It seemed all the Dutch and German elderly like to come to the Rhine for vacations, however we never knew this before arriving. It's not like we've been partying at all the places we go, but it's odd when all the towns seen to shut down at 10pm when it doesn't even get dark until 11! It was beautiful here, but we think we'll reserve a return trip until we're 70 and fit in with the ...