Hotel Gute Quelle
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... the Mosel river on a cycleway that runs between the river and the many small vineyards planted in impossible stone-wall terraces that hug the rocky cliffs. Access is by little monorails that enable an assortment of motorised carts to claw their way up the cliffs to where people are working. The valley is peppered with picturesque villages and we picnicked and coffee-ed in a couple of them. Yesterday ...
... bands of Celts, or he wanted to block everyone from entering his part of the world. Many of the castles were first laid out as Roman fortifications, by the Romans. Subsequently, the ruling bosses in
mediville Europe enhanced these castles for their own causes.
We were taken up to the COCHEM CASTLE IN A SMALL MINIVAN. THE RIDE WAS SCARRY BECAUSE THE ROAD CLUNG TO THE MOUNTAINSIDE OF STEEP CLIFFS, and of course ...
... water, they are so aware of viruses/sickness experienced on many cruises so they don't take any chances and have hand sanitizers at the doors of the lounge and restaurants to try and prevent it.
Tonight we will be staying in Rudesheim so will be off the Irish bar to watch the football apparently the TV in the rooms too small, we then sail in the early hours of tomorrow morning heading next to Mannheim. Football was boring can back at half time now watching in our room.
... the boat for lunch, we enjoyed a BAVARIAN LUNCH OF bratwurst, potato salad
abd sauer kraut, black forest ham, a whole roasted suckling pig, all kinds of German cold cuts,
bier and German crime cake. NOW YOU KNOW WHY WE WALK SO MUCH.
It is now 2:30 pm, time for a nice nap so that we can eat again at 7:00 pm
NOW WE KNOW WHY THEY CALL THIS PART OF THE RIVER ............
'the ROMANTIC RHINE"
... a man on the road being given CPR. It didn't look good. I also read of Facebook that David Smith had broken a bone in his neck. So no visit in Europe rom the Smith's. We had drinks at a a little restaurant at Beilstein out on the verandah. We started a conversation with a lovely lady named Karen. She was a fun character and visited a friend at Tingalpa in Brisbane 20 years ago. We had dinner and went to ...