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... all around the area. David and I took many pictures. In some areas they had photographs of the destruction that took place in WWII. The photos showed the before and after reconstruction. Visited two Catholic churches that had been reconstructed as they once were. The architecture shows the influence of Dutch.
Our time is up and we must return to the airport.
Because I have special needs we get to board ...
... what we were doing there. Well, it came up as a hotel for Wirzburg, but it was a little further away than I thought (about 7miles). As we zig-zagged through small villages as our GPS indicated, Leo started to worry. We eventually made it to the most charming hotel we have stayed in yet. We are dinner in their converted wine cellar and had some of the hotels own brand of wine. The food and wine were ...
... of the river. I've never seen such a fast
flowing, busy river. It was also wonderful to watch the sun set over Catz Castle.
Luckily for us Stan had purchased a very special knife for cutting the cheese, meats and baguettes we purchased in a little shop in Sankt Goar. Stan's knife cost a fortune - but had wonderful fish carvings on it!!! Our venture into the
... nothing more relaxing than watching the river flow by.
The day was spent at the Nurburgring – Fun park for rev-heads. Stan and Dave enjoyed it.
Once we got home we needed some wine to enjoy our balcony. So began our wonderful relationship with Stefan and his Wine Paradise.
We started our day with a guided tour of Mainz. This is the home of modern printing as Gutenberg first set up shop here. The city was largely destroyed after WWII but has been rebuilt and is quite beautiful. We toured the Gutenberg Museum and saw a few ...