Hotel De Rustende Jager
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... removed which took half a day and we are now not allowed to go up there. The bridge itself is on a scissor jack and it drops down into the floor below. For a spell the helmsman will steer poking his head up through a little hatch and will duck as we go under the bridge. It is that tight. You can now see why these boats are the shape and dimension they are. (still pretty ugly though) but they just work. Even our little room just works and really we don't need more space. Well maybe Mumsy ...
... tour, we absorb the impeccable gardens and I have my camera ready to capture the superb views of the surrounding valleys. This evening, we enjoy a delicious dinner as we take in the wonderful sights from our ship, then we retreat to the lounge for a nightcap are entertained by a wonder young classical musical group.
Day 3. Moselle River, CochemLike an exquisite ribbon, our ship ...
... easy to communicate, unlike Paris where everything was written in French and we survived in supermarkets, post offices etc on 1/2 English, 1/2 schoolgirl French. Here comes the fun part, the transport system is very busy. Trams, buses and cars all share the same bit of road, cycle ways are everywhere with huge cycle parking areas at train stations etc. Around 60,000 bicycles are stolen each year so you'd better chain your bike ...
Patty and I are safely back on the Idi, traveling upriver to Amsterdam. It's our last night on the boat; when the ship docks the following morning, we'll all depart - each of us to separate destinations. Patty and I have already made plans to stay on in Amsterdam for a few more days - unwind from the exertions of the Rhine, and get to know the city a little. We share a last evening on the Viking ship Idi with friends we've met along the way, and retire to the stateroom to pack ...
... chocolate chips). Then we headed to the Van Gogh Museum and took time (Tino took an excessive amount of time) to appreciate the artwork of such a famous figure. It was cool to see the changes through time of his subjects and style. After exploring a little more, we headed to dinner and had our first real Dutch pancakes. They were SO GOOD. we all got different ones that had things like bacon, sausage, onions, apples, bananas, cheese, and tons more. By ...