Gunnewig Hotel Bristol Mainz
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
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Although we dreamt and planned a lot for this journey, we never thought about the last part.
Waiting between our last two planes, we still have one question:How do you end such an overwhelming adventure before getting back to the real world of bills, plumbing problems and work but also friends, family, weekends and summerbars? I guess by putting the best pics on your screensaver and planning the next one :-)?.
... hitting the tourists. We arrive at our hotel and our adorable porter, Marco, checks us in and shows us how to work the actual turn of the century lift...up to our room. We snack on gorgeous cheese and prosciutto Cliffy and Sandy have gracious provided for us...then we are off to see the city. What a city it is! Full of the historic fountains, buildings and performers throughout the night, flame throwers, harpists and mimes. The people ...
... two or more kilometres to go it was decided now was the time to change the spokes. Luckily both broken spokes were on the non-disk brake side of the wheel, meaning they could be changed without having to remove either the wheel or the disk brake.
Whilst Lisa napped under the shade of the tree the spokes were changed. Forty minutes later, we were on our way.
It was 7:00pm as we walked through the front door of the hotel - relieved!
... places, it has its own personality due to the beautiful countryside and its surrounding old towns. This is apparently a place that the Indian tourists like to visit, and there is a restaurant here which sells Indian food as a result. While there, a bus pulled up and a full compliment of Indian tourists disgorged to see the falls. There is a barge which takes you right up to the falls, kind of like at Niagara falls on a much smaller scale. We didn't do it but ...
... the famous Lorely rock- not that exciting and eventually got off at St Goar.
Phil climbed up to the Rumfeils castle and wandered through the battlements, imagining the people with their cross bows here hundreds of years ago. The views from the top were spectacular, looking down the Rhine at other castles and the grape vines planted on what must be 30 degree slopes. The OHS people in Australia would have a field day. They must have to rig the ...