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... Rhine from our window. Notice I said a nice view... The small double we had is sandwiched between the 'standard double' that have a balcony. We didn't care. We were in a great neighborhood :)
The days were spent driving the small roads right next to the river and stopping to climb up to a fortress or a castle or just sit and watch the barges and the river cruise ships go by.
After Trier, we had an easy time riding the train...then a boat down the the Mosel, then down the Rhine to Bacharach. I'll let the pictures do most of the talking, but we are still very relaxed, entertained, and loving the food and weather.
Pilar and Alois (feeling his German roots)
... the view from above?
We'd go by old fortresses that dated back from the Roman times and ones from the Middle Ages.
The villages are picturesque with geraniums under every window and the restaurant name painted on its outside wall. Swans are swimming in the river while the bicyclists go by along both sides of the river. An occasional barge or river cruise boat would sail by stopping only for the locks.
We discovered where the retied Europeans ...
... 1 was so angry that he had a wall built between their castles so that he would not see or hear from him again. Time slowly marched on and brother #2's wife ran off with his best friend. The man was so distraught that he threw himself off of his castle wall to the rocks below. Sad ending to a sad story. Following the commentary, we went to the lounge where we were told how to make Rudesheimer Kaffee, coffee, brandy, sugar, whipped cream and dark chocolate...YUM?? Not for ...
... because it was warm ellie and it decided we didn't need our coats. However as it got heavier we stopped to rummage in our bags for the coats. Still very pleasant riding and as we stopped for a coffee and cake break the sun came out and we sat quietly steaming. We got to Zell which was far from the quiet small village that I had thought it was. Lots of restaurants and a footbridge across the Mosel linked it to its rival town of Kamt. ...