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We spent a couple more nights in Amsterdam after leaving the boat. A chance to fit in a visit to Rembrandt Huis and the very large Rijksmuseum. Sue also went shopping for a new suitcase as the wheel had come apart on her 10 yr old pink job. We then headed for Germany on another very comfortable, quiet and smooth train. We have been in Koblenz for four nights at a lovely apartment a stone's throw from ...
... well as Appropriate accommodations for the defenders. This was another highlight for
We returned to the ship for lunch before which we stopped' at the Senfniihld Mustard Factory
and are bringing home two unique tasting bottles of mustard.
We then returned to our boat, took a brief nap then went to a lounge to receive dis-embarqing
instructions to follow on Thursday.
this trip has ...
... towns speciality a Rudesheimer Coffee made with Asbach brandy so yumee but don't think I could drink more than one.Then walked down Drosselgasse looking for gifts but it was real touristy nothing much caught our eye but we did buy some Asbach chocolate and a small bottle of brandy.
Now back on the ship for a nice power shower and change ready for dinner in half an hours, such a hard life. The facilities on board are first class the cabins are roomy with lovely power showers and ...
... 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. ...
Then in was on to Germany and the medieval village of Bacharach where we stayed 2 nights in a small 700 year-old hotel. Only 2 or 3 rooms per floor and no elevator of course. We should get good at taking our luggage up and down stairs. The hotel is run by a delightful Mom & Pop who also cook all the delicious food. We had a walking tour of Bacharach which ...