Dorint Parkhotel Bad Neuenahr
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... of Bonn. Bonn was the capital of Western Germany until 1989 when Berlin became the capital of unified Germany. Bonn is the second oldest city in Germany. Bonn is the birthplace of Beethoven. He was supposed to be almost deaf, temperamental, and never got married, fell in love with Antonia, the wife of his best friend. Not reciprocated. The gummy bear was invented in Bonn 92 years ago by Haribo, short for Hans Riegel Bonn Total steps walked today 18,923 or 8.5 ...
... everywhere you go; just a touch overwhelming (my stardom from Munich clearly hasn't spread to Cologne just yet). He took us on a mini nighttime tour of the old town too, showing us the old Roman ruins and of course checking out the famous Dom by night. It's such an incredible building, so gothic and eerie looking but beautiful all the same.
Leslie dropped me back to my hostel and it ended up being one of the funniest nights I've had; from sitting ...
... most popular wine here is the Riesling. The reason they grow the grapes on the steep hills in a vertical fashion is to get the most out of the environment here. The slate in the soil which creates some warmth keeps the grapes in this area within a micro climate that lets them get its best wines. So we all head to Senheim to the Schlagkamp Winery and museum. Total steps walked today 7,996 or 3.6 ...
... but it had to be done. In fact the river was the fastest route for the traders, and despite the robber barons who insisted on the payment of tolls for safe passage down the river, it was still a safer route than traveling over the land where ruthless bandits were roaming about and could not be predicted. (There were no locks in those days, so donkeys would pull the ship with ropes) Perhaps, though, the most dangerous spot on the river was what is known as Lorelei ...
... on the way to see a couple of lookouts and admire the different vineyards all around the hill. At the tip of the hill the sun came out and we purchased our tickets for the tour. It was crowded but we had English translation sheets and enjoyed the tour immensely. The castle was a young one, but built upon the same sight as two previous castles- on in the 16th century and on in 1100. It was amazing to see the different colours and ...