Weinhaus Becker Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... beer. The town is beautiful beyond description with flowers every
where, magnificent roses, unique homes and shops. Mom and I ate Bratwurst, ice cream, and finally walked back to our boat.
We we leave port in one hour, go back onto the Rhine and get ready to visit LUXEMBURG
tomorrow. Tonight we view the movie THE BATTLE OF THE BULGE, which happened in the area we pass through tomorrow.
... mat, pillow and towel for the trip. That being said, I did make breakfast most mornings, so I at least contributed a bit.
The days of the trip were taken up with climbing. I had never lead-climbed outside before so that was a really cool step up in my climbing experience. I also learned to set anchors and clean them when I was finished. I climbed with Marieke all weekend, which was perfect, since we get along really well and ...
... capture the sheer size of the Basilica, but it was not easy. Inside, no pictures allowed, but the space is immense. We got a postcard to take a picture of, to show the space. The ceiling is made of squares, nine squares across and eighteen long, which the guidebook says are each ten feet square. The first row of windows starts about thirty-five feet off the floor--a scaffolding along one wall helped us estimate, because otherwise you have no point of reference! It is a cool building!
... army wanted to draft the family’s grandfather and young teenage son into a desperate army, but somehow her mother put her foot down and prevented that from happening. She said they were all very relieved when the American soldiers finally arrived in their area, because the great fear was to be captured by Russian soldiers. They were confident they would be well-treated by US troops.
After the war ended, Mr. François lied about his age and enlisted ...
... with a vast semi-circular apse. It is the largest surviving single-room structure from Roman times. Again, we didn't really know what we were seeing, but thought it was lovely - we took photos outside the Electoral palace, which backs onto the Basilica, and later read that it is considered one of the most beautiful rococo palaces in the world. It was closed for renovations inside - next time! We then walked to the Roman bathhouses, built in 300AD but never completed. We decided ...