Hotel Karl Muller
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... most popular wine here is the Riesling. The reason they grow the grapes on the steep hills in a vertical fashion is to get the most out of the environment here. The slate in the soil which creates some warmth keeps the grapes in this area within a micro climate that lets them get its best wines. So we all head to Senheim to the Schlagkamp Winery and museum. Total steps walked today 7,996 or 3.6 ...
... all over. We go all the way up to the top of the castle and it is pitch dark. Thank goodness my son told me about the flashlight in the iPhone. There is some steps down in the roof to the bat cage. The story goes that in 1290 the new king besieged Castle Reichenstein, but he did not succeed but he forced the garrison to surrender by means of starvation, the castle was rebuilt 3 times in its long history by different owners. Total steps walked today is 10,253 or 4.6 ...
Today we caught the ferry that was opposite the hotel. After
great discussions we decided to go down the river rather than up and the town
selected was Boppard…for no other reason than it was a medium sized town that we
didn’t see when we were on the firework cruise.
Of course the trip gave us some time to enjoy some more German
beer. We ...
... nothing more relaxing than watching the river flow by.
The day was spent at the Nurburgring – Fun park for rev-heads. Stan and Dave enjoyed it.
Once we got home we needed some wine to enjoy our balcony. So began our wonderful relationship with Stefan and his Wine Paradise.
... through the town itself, with its medieval gates, narrow streets and twisty alleys lined with half timbered houses, shops and restaurants makes it a wonderful overnight destination.
Added to the charm and our enjoyment of the town, we were lucky enough to have selected a hotel for the night which was situated on a bend of the riverfront about one kilometre from town and afforded us a magnificent view from our ...