BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Steinsgarten
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Well, we made it into Germany, and have had a really great time here so far.. Sorry the pictures on my last post were so blurry, I have been having difficulties with the WiFi on my phone and so have had to use the tablet. Germany is a beautiful country and I have loved it so far. We left the Netherlands on Saturday morning and traveled to Dortmond Germany where we met up with two of Rachel's friends for the weekend. We had an absolutely fabulous time there, and so much fun!! On ...
... of shop owners closed up for the day. Unfortunately they were also the ones who ended up paying the most with a day's worth of lost revenue. Instead, we had the nicest time in Bad Homburg, a very rich old city. We started with a visit to the castle, and then went along the pedestrian zone in town. We looked in shop windows and delighted at the old buildings and lovely flowers, and even bought a few things. This town has ...
... Traffic must have been backed up for 30 km. those poor drivers were going to be trapped there for hours. What a mess. It was nice to be back with Tante Siggi!! A quick coffee and cake, and then off to Bernd and Nicole's for supper and a visit. Max (going to be 7 next week) and Mia (2 1/2) were delightful. They have grown so much since our last visit. We had such a nice time- it was hard to say good-bye. We also called and sang Happy Birthday to Sebastian!! Happy birthday ...
... lords (or their german equivalent).
Anyway, that's up to you to decide)
We made a circular tour onwards, up the Rhine to Rudesheim which had a cable car to a garden area at the top again, built by the “Lord of The Manor” to commemorate what seemed to be battles. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, again, under reconstruction. It does have fantastic views over the Rhine which, at that point seems far too wide as if it ...
What a beautiful town! Half timbered buildings, enormous stone churches and the Schloss on the hill. Friendly locals and a cute little pension for the night. The aldstadt (old town) is beautifully preserved but because it is a University town, it feels lived in. As a lovely local man said in the pub last night "it is not a museum - it is ...