Hotel Maritim Bonn
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... Prince Godehard took over the estate and established a centre for cultural activity. It was a grand dinner and we were allowed to walk around the castle as if we were house guests, the princess said we could even play the piano if we liked. The dinner was beautiful and the piano recital on a Steinway Grand Piano was very ...
... Valley. Driving along the Rhine Valley was incredibly beautiful and quaint. The weather has become quite chilly now, so we can finally wear all our winter clothes we overpacked! Almost everyone on the tour has now caught the legendary Contiki Cough, which has made the bus trips quite difficult and impossible not to get it. We got to explore the little village of St Goar and went to Beer Stein, Cuckoo Clock and Birkenstock shops. After quite a simple dinner, we went ...
... and shady cycling with good paths. Also we seem to go much faster so got to our lunch stop (remagen) in good time. Simon had a bit of a disaster with lunch and bought raw sausage meat instead of salami for our sandwiches, he then tried to convince me it was sausage paste... So tomato sandwiches it was which were nicer than they sound! We then had a well deserved nap in the shade! Our campsite ...
Rhyne valley to Edam for a bike ride today. Also watched how clogs and the famous Edam cheese is made.Then heading to Amsterdam to become a spacecadet. Smoked a joint with everyone for the first time in over 10 years which was fun. Had a few drinks and watched a sex show. Got drunk and had one hour sleep ...
... courtyard, barn and large open yard in the back. Coffee and cake around the dining table with their son, daughter in law and grandson were spent getting a lesson in German rural country living. This was one of those priceless afternoons that few tourists are able to experience.
As an added bonus, Rolph volunteers once a year at the local historical site of ancient Roman lime kilns from the third century A.D. this was his one ...