Historisches Weinhotel Zum Grunen kranz
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... go down and climb back up. Then they have a little train running on a hand pulley to pick up the grapes and take them down the hill. The harvest was a few weeks ago so the grapes are gone and the leaves are falling off. Although they haven't had much rain the sun and coolness is said to have made for excellent grapes, but not very many...This part of the Rhine is where we went a couple of years ago, but the views are still spectacular. I always ...
A lovely village of some 3,000@ visited by 3 million annually!! Very cute. Highlight is visit to mechanical musical devices in a 600 year old home complete with original murals. Cruise through the magnificent Rhine valley. Misty and very cold but the Autumn colours ...
... we waited for the water yoga to finish in the diving zone. It opened and suddenly there were 5 year olds jumping off it! So me and Dad both went up and were followed by other boys doing backflips off it! After a good 30mins of diving in and jumping off the high board our feet and arms were too sore from impact so we went and cooled off in the whirlpool and fountains where Ellie actually got dragged around the pool by the current. Definitely the best pool yet. ...
... was a highlight but the weather was bitterly cold on the sun deck where the best views of the many Castles and quaint villages along the way. There were only about 6 of us up there. We passed the famous 'Loreley Rock' where the Rhine has its narrowest and deepest stretch. We heard the story about 'Lore' the daughter of Father Rhine. The Rhine Gorge was also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2002 for its unique 65km stretch of geological, historical ...
... for their course suggested a number of places for dinner. We picked one at random and it was an excellent choice. Definitely one of those places that only the locals know and which has excellent regional cuisine. It is called “Weinhaus zum Beichtstuhl” which loosely translates to “winehouse of the confessions”. There are two stipulations as to why it might be called that: 1) a monk once came in but could not pay for his wine so he ...