Derag Livinghotel Kanzler
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... for a grand dinner and a wonderful piano recital. The castle started as a grand Gothic moated castle built at the end of the 14th century. It changed hands several times until it was taken over by Baron von Solemacher in 1896. In 1908 Prince Carl- Anton von Hohenzollern and his wife Princess Josephine and used as a residence. ...
... the wine tasting, which was in an underground wine cellar. We got to try Red, White, Rose and Eiswein. Even though the wine was quite strong, the Eiswein was incredible! The hotel we are staying at is across the road from the wine tasting, which helped us after some strong wine. We went to the quaint bar downstairs for some traditional bar games and strawberry daiquiris. After a fun and great night, we headed off to bed. The trip is going by so quickly. Two more days ...
... and shady cycling with good paths. Also we seem to go much faster so got to our lunch stop (remagen) in good time. Simon had a bit of a disaster with lunch and bought raw sausage meat instead of salami for our sandwiches, he then tried to convince me it was sausage paste... So tomato sandwiches it was which were nicer than they sound! We then had a well deserved nap in the shade! Our campsite ...
... as our cruise winds along the Rhine to its conclusion. We brought on a third captain today so we can keep going through this afternoon and right through the night, arriving in Amsterdam early morning. At 3:45 pm we passed Cologne and its magnificent cathedral. Cologne, or Koln as it is known in Germany, is Germany's fourth largest city with a population of just over a million. The Romans founded Cologne in 50 AD because of its position next to a natural ...
... always needs to be harvested, children go to school and people still go on holidays. There isn’t any feeling of being stuck or held against relating to the war.
Instead of walking back to downtown, we jumped on the subway. We had a quick bite to eat in town before catching the 7pm train to Duisburg. Denise and Marco met us at the Duisburg Hauptbahnhof and we drove back to their house. After more than 12 hours on the road, it was good to settle down for the ...