Hotel Villa Beilstein
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... cruising so smoothly that you don't even know you are moving. There are a total of 19 locks in this tour, 12 in the Rhine, and 7 here in Moselle. The lock engineering is so amazing to watch and experience. We arrive in Cochem in the early afternoon after a champagne brunch, and take a walking tour thru the city, and then a van ride up to Reichsburg Castle, which is perched on the top of the ...
... for the ships in the evening while the sun was setting and sparkling off the water. She would sit and comb her hair and loved to sing, her magical voice would draw the attention of the sailors who could not resist listening to her, they would forget to steer the boat, and Lorelei singing would be the last thing they heard before they crashed and dragged down in the whirlpool of the river.. We stopped by Boppard on the way to Koblenz. But before you reach Koblenz, ...
... the Rhine riverside – the wineries, the castles and the
riverside villages are so much more spectacular when cruising past than in any
Once at Boppard, we opted for the train with wheels tour. Stan
is still trying to perfect his selfies.
The highlight of the day was still sitting on the balcony of
the hotel watching ...
... nothing more relaxing than watching the river flow by.
The day was spent at the Nurburgring – Fun park for rev-heads. Stan and Dave enjoyed it.
Once we got home we needed some wine to enjoy our balcony. So began our wonderful relationship with Stefan and his Wine Paradise.
This little town of Beilstein is really pretty. We had a good nights sleep all sharing the same room. We went to breakfast and then visited the next town down the river of Cochem. Very I compared to Beilstein, still a lovely town. We managed to get a cable for Lachlan's Mappy (which we have nicknamed Mandy). We drove about 100 Kilometers to a city called Trier, we got lost a couple of times and ended up ...