Hotel Haus Morjan
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... during winter so we missed seeing that unfortunately. A lot of houses around the castle have butterflies painted on them. We then returned to the boat before going on a short walk through the streets of Koblenz. Another delicious dinner, a couple of nice reds then bed. Neil had deer for dinner for the first time and loved it. He asked for a second helping! HAPPY BIRTHDAY TOMORROW ...
An hour drive from Trier, we finally reached Koblenz. Got to see a piece of Berlin wall, had a typical German meal Schweinshaxe (Pork Knuckle with mashed potato and Sauerkraut) pair with a local beer! Yum! After our meal, we headed to the cruise port for an hour ride to explore the Rhine River.
... through this beautiful village I noticed
what looked like two great hotels and remember even seeing them on my satnav. If
only i had picked one of these as they looked magnificent.
Back to my hotel and time to relax after that long trip.
Tomorrow I still have about 250 miles to do to get to the ferry at
Amsterdam. I just prey the roads are not too busy and that the weather stays
good but only time will tell.
Cheers from Limburg, Germany ...
... checked out the local square, starting with the oldest building in town, now a tea house, built in 1519. There were also some Roman ruins. This town, originally settled by the Celts was called Bodobrica and was in an important position strategically. It has a long history, as do many towns along the Rhine. We caught a train up a steep hill to a town called Bucholz that apparently has a scenic walk back to town, but we took ...
... in an instance. There was only 100 made in the world and it was awesome. Next was a river cruise where we saw numerous castles high up in the hills, one would wonder how on earth they manage to get furniture in or out. Being back in Germany our meals now consist of standard meat and vege which we welcome some normal hearty food. Off to some wine tasting in a 17th century wine cellar. It was very romantic with ...