Dorint Parkhotel Bad Neuenahr
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the experience up the Rhein a ways and then into the Lahn river valley to Bad Ems. Think wood-covered valley, a meandering river with locks and weirs, villages with riverside cafes and biergarten and castles and small churches perched on rocky crags. That's the one. Wine shop found us a nice bottle of a local Mosel Riesling to end the day. Last day in Koblenz we decided to be tourists. Turned out ...
We were parked on the MOSELLE RIVER, in COCHEM, specifically to visit a huge, 1100
year old castle. All along the Rhine and the Moselle rivers, we have been in wine country, with very high grape vines hills and about 30 very old, ancient castles of hill tops.
Some castles are falling apart, and a few have been restored. Each castle was built by a very wealthy individual, because he had something to protect or hide, or he ...
... towns speciality a Rudesheimer Coffee made with Asbach brandy so yumee but don't think I could drink more than one.Then walked down Drosselgasse looking for gifts but it was real touristy nothing much caught our eye but we did buy some Asbach chocolate and a small bottle of brandy.
Now back on the ship for a nice power shower and change ready for dinner in half an hours, such a hard life. The facilities on board are first class the cabins are roomy with lovely power showers and ...
... town is closed because today is the Feast of CORPUS CHRISTI, A HOLIDAY. SO, EVERYONE IS ENJOYING A WALK ALONG THE RIVER, eating and drinking in a BIERE GARTEN, AND ENJOYING AN ICE CREAM. SUDDENLY WE HEARD, THEN SAW, A 30 piece brass and drum band marching in the street, followed by men and women marching behind with dark green suit-like costumes. And so, we joined the parade, marching to its um pa pa music,
... We returned to Boppard and had a drinks ( beer and wine) in the town square) and shared a baked Camembert. It was great seeing everyone come to the square to eat and drink, it was a good atmosphere. Off on another stroll along the river, this time heading south. We are really enjoying the town of Boppard. I love hearing the bells at the different times, even if it is at 10 at night, there is something very comforting about them. Then we had coffee at ...