Hotel Garni Maass
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... Rhine from our window. Notice I said a nice view... The small double we had is sandwiched between the 'standard double' that have a balcony. We didn't care. We were in a great neighborhood :)
The days were spent driving the small roads right next to the river and stopping to climb up to a fortress or a castle or just sit and watch the barges and the river cruise ships go by.
After Trier, we had an easy time riding the train...then a boat down the the Mosel, then down the Rhine to Bacharach. I'll let the pictures do most of the talking, but we are still very relaxed, entertained, and loving the food and weather.
Pilar and Alois (feeling his German roots)
... in vertical rows straight up the steep mountainous river valley. Every once in a while you can see a small monorail lift that is installed among the vines that allows the farmer access to his field and an avenue in which to load up a cart of grapes and get them down the hill.
The driving was so much easier. Less traffic except for motor homes and bikes and our biggest decision was--which side of the river should we drive on now or should we go up the mountain here ...
... 1 was so angry that he had a wall built between their castles so that he would not see or hear from him again. Time slowly marched on and brother #2's wife ran off with his best friend. The man was so distraught that he threw himself off of his castle wall to the rocks below. Sad ending to a sad story. Following the commentary, we went to the lounge where we were told how to make Rudesheimer Kaffee, coffee, brandy, sugar, whipped cream and dark chocolate...YUM?? Not for ...
... has been restored to show what it would have been like 800 years ago. There were impressive views of the Rhine gorge from its high vantage point. We walked through a herb garden, then up and down very sharply cobbled passages, through rooms showing the battlements and armoury protecting the fortress, the living rooms, ancient toilet (no flushing in those days, just went ...