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... for a grand dinner and a wonderful piano recital. The castle started as a grand Gothic moated castle built at the end of the 14th century. It changed hands several times until it was taken over by Baron von Solemacher in 1896. In 1908 Prince Carl- Anton von Hohenzollern and his wife Princess Josephine and used as a residence. ...
... and shady cycling with good paths. Also we seem to go much faster so got to our lunch stop (remagen) in good time. Simon had a bit of a disaster with lunch and bought raw sausage meat instead of salami for our sandwiches, he then tried to convince me it was sausage paste... So tomato sandwiches it was which were nicer than they sound! We then had a well deserved nap in the shade! Our campsite ...
Rhyne valley to Edam for a bike ride today. Also watched how clogs and the famous Edam cheese is made.Then heading to Amsterdam to become a spacecadet. Smoked a joint with everyone for the first time in over 10 years which was fun. Had a few drinks and watched a sex show. Got drunk and had one hour sleep ...
... chocolate and lollies at the
From the chocolate museum we walked about 5-10 minutes to a
preserved roman ruin. It was pretty cool. We walked down what seemed to be a
sewerage system tunnel, checked out some items found on the dig and then walled
along the viewing platform to see the roman town hall/administrative centre of
Right outside, we found a shop which sold hand painted
steins. I got Declan, ...
... even saw the odd village from the autobahns. We entered the Ruhr & saw much more evidence of industry with plants everywhere. One of the other major features of the landscape is the number of large wind turbines & also the masses of solar cells on farm & factory roofs. We also passed one nuclear power station & crossed several large canals with their Rhine barges.
The long distance buses apparently are a ...