Hotel Karl Muller
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... There is a fountain in Market Square and during the annual Wine Festival it runs with wine instead of water - what a waste of good Riesling. The Reichsburg Castle was built around the year 1000. In 1689 it was destroyed by the troops of Louis XIV of France (the Sun King), laying in ruins from 1689 to 1868 when it was rebuilt. J. Louis Ravene was a rich industrialist who was building the railway tunnels and rebuilt the castle in the romantic style as ...
... which was also interesting. Rudesheim is a winemaking town at the beginning of the Rhine Gorge and part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. They specialise in Riesling and is quite touristy. The population is 20,500 but they have three million visitors annually. The Drosselgasse is a 144 metre long, very narrow cobblestone street or lane from the 15th century which was meant for boat owners to move items from the river to their homes in the town. Now it is full ...
... deadpan look, accompanied by permanently pursed lips. I don;t know how she kept this look for the whole night. You wouldn't say it was a stare but just a serious, fixed gaze. I tried to break the seal on her with a couple of good and witty one liners. Not from a "chat up"point of view but more so from a polite social engagement stance. She just looked straight back at me and said nothing. She was a tough audience and after this I was too scared to have a sip of beer until she looked ...
Visited the Nazi documentation centre today in Nuremberg. It took the full two hours to go through. Pretty amazing series of events that led to Hitler coming to power. We ate a bagged lunch by the bus. I found mine to be disgusting and chucked most of it in favour of a cliff bar. We then did a walking tour of old Nuremberg. Very similar to,Rothenburg but much smaller and it is a replica as 90% of this city ...
... t eat it they ask if you didn't like it. Will try for a hotspot in town today. Yesterday worked good for that. Bernkastel is a lovely ill age with homes built in the 1400 and 1500's. Really amazing that they can still be here but houses are still standing. The pictures will give a good idea of how they look. Half timbered homes, some needing renovations but they have to be done according to the times they were built and the government keeps a close eye on ...