Hotel am Larchenberg
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We found our rather funky hotel via Trip advisor. It's right on the river and a nice walk away along the Rhine to the center of town. We walked into town for a nice dinner out doors. All the restaurants offer fleece blankets for the outdoor tables.
This morning we set off the explore the Rhine river area. We stopped in Bacharch for a little shopping. Found a great pastry shop and Hummels. We then drove to Bingen where we took a ...
... rubble and completed in 2005. Hurray for Germany.
Two hours after Dresden we arrived in Prague. Our "host" says she miscommunicated with her help, thus we had to wait 45 minutes to check in. Actually rather fortunate as we spent the time in a small, and very quaint and pleasant, bar where Fred had a .5 liter pilsner for $1.25, but spend thrift Sheila required a full $1.80 for a glass of wine.
... a whole seven currywurst (the hottest at one million. Scale is one to seven). He said he was going to eat a five today. I and a couple of others joined him in doing so. The shop we went to was small but popular with locals as they were queuing up behind us. The five was hot but I could finish it and enjoyed it. I tried a piece of a six and I don't think I would've enjoyed a whole meal of ...
... the others are driven by diesel motors. Two pairs of sister vessels and two strays. All good things must come to an end, so back over the bridge we ventured,
Our next tour was to the Galleria as I wanted to purchase a flash drive to upload the movies from my GoPro. Found just the thing at an emporium called Saturn - it runs rings around Harvey Norman! Cheap too only €11 and works a treat. I'm going to ...
... Fest. I found three different performance stages featuring different varieties of music—modern German, blues and jazz. There were numerous stands offering a variety of different foods and of course German beer and wine. There were even a couple of small rides for the kids. The event was very well attended (41,000 for the weekend according to the local newspaper), but after having some food and drink, I was getting tired following the weekend events and travel, so I returned to my ...