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Lördagen inleddes med en fin felkörning ner till Rhen. Sen åkte vi till Deutsche Ecke, där Mosel går ihop med Rhen. Vi gled sen till Alken, och intog dagens första smakprov under Burg Thurant fr 1200 talet med tvillingtorn. Färden gick vidare under vinfälten, där de flesta druvorna var oskördade. …
... second bottle of wine because we didn't like that one. We only liked the good one. He, being Jordan...the guy we met on the tour. A lovely, crazy, not-shy-at-all, slightly tipsy guy who loves to sing. Our whole night was spent singing and talking about the people around us, until two lovely Americans joined us. Gus and Alex from Seattle. I asked them to take our photo to start with, which is how we ended up talking to them but we ...
... shouldn't affect her, than I don't know what is. Anyway. I'm fine now. My breath is back which is good because I was feeling quite light-headed there for a moment. And I'm currently hovering somewhere over some ocean or country going to a place I know nothing about! And people trust me on giving advice!! Ha! Will be back when I am on the ground again.. only so much you can write about when you're sitting in one spot for so long. ....and I'm ...
... were pretty cool there were tunnels all around the baths.
We then made our way back to town and got some lunch and then did a tour in English. This
Was good. We learnt a lot more information about the city formation, Napoleon and the power of the town.
After this we went and got dinner. Bratwurst on a roll with tomato sauce, mustard and onions. It was ...
... border - interesting mix of French and German spellings for the street signs but predominantly French. Our first stop was Echternach, one of the oldest settlements with a Benedictine abbey founded in 698, the gardens were just beautiful, so well maintained and perfectly manicured! The townsite itself was medieval with again roman influence from the 1st to 5th centuries. We stopped for our picnic lunch by one of the roadside parks, which ...