Hotel Haus Morjan
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... along the boardwalk and scouted two potential dining spots. I will not bore you with more food pics; suffice it to say the meal was good - not exceptional. The setting was great along the Rhine in an old family run Gasthof Adler.
Tomorrow will be an easy drive back to Dan and Andrea's place - something under three hours.
Hope everyone is having a good Remembrance Day remembering what it was all about those many years ago!!
... the locals think as they drive by these beautiful ruins or castle walls and the vines...I'm sure they love the history. We also learned that most of the people who live in the small towns on the Rhine work in the bigger cities on the Rhine. There is superb commuter train system for this purpose and also a high speed train for longer travel. I just sat on the sun deck all morning taking pictures. We finished the last castle around noon and then ...
We awoke to an overcast and foggy day along the Rhine River, passed by Frankfurt through the early morning (still dark) and left the Main River at Mainz. Following breakfast, we prepared for the scenic portion of the Rhine River. Up on the sun deck (not sunny) we had our Program Director commenting for an hour and a half as we worked our way to Koblenz. We saw quite a number of old castle ruins thanks to Napoleon's scorched earth ...
... station. No one we asked spoke English, the bus stops were not labeled, so we just followed the HereMaps app and walked the entire way again!
The one thing we did accomplish on Monday was we did find our way by train to Moselkern and then took a taxi to see the famous castle, Berg Eltz. Rick Steves, who has done all the travel shows about Europe for PBS, wrote an entire series of guidebooks for every country. His set ...
... up but gee we were impressive!! Did I mention it was 31 degrees.
We also viewed the 3 kings inside the church and lit a candle each, mine being for Celeste.
Back in the car and of to Koblenz where the Rhine meets the Moselle. This was our stop for the night and what a pretty village this was. We wandered around taking in the sights and stopping for dinner overlooking the Rhine section of the river. This is what holidays are all about.