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I awoke in my little room early again and I opened my curtains and just looked out at the view. Our little house is situated in the botanical gardens and it is the typical German home, white with wood trim and in a style gothic/country. The rooms are fantastic, all the top rooms have these little dormer windows and the views are incredible, some see the castle "Landgrave" which started to be built in 1000 ad, making it one of the earliest high forts in Germany. The house its self is ...
We have tried to persuade the children, and others to visit us in Australia' hopefully some may get the opportunity in the near future.
It is with great thanks and sad hearts that we say goodbye.
ps My stomach is BURSTING ... I don't need to eat till Copenhagen and Hagen Das icecream - yum :)
After a some what looooong journey on the Autobahn due to Friday traffic and accidents we arrived in Ehringshausen to be met on the corner by a now bigger Noah! It was fantastic to see everyone again after almost 6 years. The children, Jacob, Jule and Noah have all grown so much. Magdel was her usual welcoming self ... our rooms were just PERFECT.
Today is Klaus Peter (cousin) birthday, a celebration was planned. We had a great evening chatting with all the family and their friends.
After a great evening in Lahnstein by the Lahn river (runs into the Rhein) we eat and sleep well :) Tomorrow we will visit the Marksburg Castle, then head to Rudeshine and visit the Drossekgasse (wine street)!!!! After lunch there we will visit Abberbach Abbey (say a prayer) and head for Ehringshausen and the FAMILY - can't wait to see everyone ...
... the Burgruine Falkenstein in Königstein and briefly viewed the Festung Königstein nearby - right before they closed for the evening.
Enjoy the photos,