Continental Pfalzer Hof
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Only stayed because I was desperate, it was overpriced and not hugely clean.
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... witches to see if they were witches - if they died they were not witches and so were declared innocent of the charge but if they lived they were definitely witches and so they were killed. In the castle we saw an interesting "drunks" door lock which was designed so that however drunk you were, the key would slide into the key hole. The most valuable piece of furniture in the castle was a 16th century wardrobe constructed with eight different ...
... gelatine. Cut the chocolate sponge in three layers. Cover the first layer with cream and cherries, put the second layer on top, cover this one with cream and cherries too and out the third layer on top. Decorate the cake with whipped cream in a piping bag and garnish with chocolate flakes and cherries. Leave the cake in the refrigerator for at least two hours. This morning while disembarking at Rudesheim, one of the passengers tripped on the end of the ...
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My good friends The Beileiters will appreciate the play on words in this title and will bring back good memories of when we crossed The Nullarbor together.
I feel a little guilty that I didn't do a little more in Cologne however the trip is also about relaxing and having a little down time and maybe I might do a little more in the next few days....down time that is. The train from Cologne to Koblenz hugged The Rhine for most of the journey and not ...
... in WWII. We had a bit of shopping time in the Easter market. Me and Jeff split a pretzel and walked around. We found a store selling Christmas ornaments and ran inside with much jubilation. Jeff picked one out and we made it back to the group in time. A very long four hour bus ride to Bacharach. I slept and I saw Jeff zonked out in the back too. As soon as we got our bags in the room we headed down ...
... their encampment occupied by their enemy, they literally blew it up. It remained a ruin till the area was ceeded to the Prussians as part of another treaty, and King Friedrich Wilhelm III determined that Prussia urgently needed a military stronghold on the site. The fortifications also surrounded the city of Koblenz, thus ensuring complete control of traffic ...