Hotel Gasthaus Rheinlust
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... is consistent. This has ensured Luke has managed to down a few iced chocolates (and yes I have made him run or come to the hotel gym with me a few times a week).
Of course Belgium was also easy as it is waffles and frites. However apparently the Belgium's do not really eat waffles anymore but they do sell them on every street corner along with chocolate.
Tonight being in ...
... up but gee we were impressive!! Did I mention it was 31 degrees.
We also viewed the 3 kings inside the church and lit a candle each, mine being for Celeste.
Back in the car and of to Koblenz where the Rhine meets the Moselle. This was our stop for the night and what a pretty village this was. We wandered around taking in the sights and stopping for dinner overlooking the Rhine section of the river. This is what holidays are all about.
Today was a journey through Germany to the Rhine Valley. We stopped off at the Dachau Concentration Camp and did a quick tour through the camp. It gave us quite a feeling of shock and astonishment. The grounds are so quiet, even the atmosphere around the concentration camp is quiet and still. We walked into the museum and then the gas chambers which were quite cold and gave you quite a sick feeling. After the morning spent in the concentration camps, we headed off to ...
... are plenty of laundry facilities on the ship! The average weather since we left Switzerland has been 95 in the day and 75 in the evening. One day was near the 100 mark!
The evening saw us landing in Boppard, Germany and taking a brief stroll through the old town section to a aperitif before returning to the ship for dinner. Like all other towns on the Upper Middle Rhine River, it is a wine-making tourist town with lots of shops, cafe's and beer gardens.
... River meets the Moselle River as it turns left. We had dinner at Castle Reichenstein, which like other castles in the area had its own story. It is the robber-knight nest which demanded or raged goods from travelers and boatmen in a violent way if they were traveling along the river. Some of the very old foundation takes it about 1000 yrs. The castle is decorated with deer horns from all over the world. Which meant the inhabitant was showing off his wealth because ...