Chateau De Latour
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... decker tour and that didn't help. However, we happen to meet another family from MN and they suggested the Casements, an enormous underground military defense system of tunnels - starting in 1644. It was over 14 miles worth of tunnels with many openings for cannons. Very narrow stairs and hallways and also a few very large rooms. It was dark and kinda creepy. Overall, in case of an attack, it could hold ...
... 8217;s friends runs a B&B from their house which incidentely resembles a
small castle. Being a warm and balmy day we sat outside enjoying our
conversations while drinking a local brew and eating Dutch cheese.
Half way through finishing my bottle of beer and while enjoying the amazing view over the valley in front us unbeknown to me, a stinging bee decided to enter my beer bottle to enjoy a swim.
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... horrendous, the streets are often small and one way, and the drivers and pedestrians are all crazy!
This bus is a hop off, hop on one, but we just did the circuit. When we got off, we went into the Cathedral, and were surprised to find a Mass going on-- it was Communion. As we moved toward the back of the church--the entrance is on the side of the front!--Judith slipped to the end of a line to receive. There were a lot of kids participating, speaking ...
... citizens are in the street. For about a six block by six block area the streets are full with people eating, drinking and having fun. The city centre is all pedestrian zone today. Dinner was outside on the street side patio at a Swiss resto. We had fondue with salad and charcuterie. Here they eat sliced cured meat with the cheese fondue on whole wheat bread cubes. Add a local dry reisling and we were thrilled. More walking the ...
... soil and slope combines to have a wide variety of tastes for their Riesling varieties. Over 90% of all wines grown here are Riesling, which can vary widely in taste, depending on soils, and invariably have more acidity levels than back home. Slate is also used around the vines to help retain heat and reflect sun onto the vines.
Cochem is also a 15th century village, with the most majestic castle dominating the township. We ...