Hotel Villa Keller
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... the St Peters Cathedral. There is no colored stained glass so the interior was very light. The art was amazing - especially sculpture in marble, stone, inset wood. Hamish and I loved it, Matt was good and sat quietly, not this thing.
Then we walked onto the Rheinsches Landesmuseum. We wandered past the Roman Basillica built by Constantine (largest single space building of its time) and then into lovely gardens which had ...
We took the bus out to Consdorf where we had the idea of walking to Mullerthal. Started off in Consdorf at camp ground and Matt played on the soccer pitch, then somehow managed to get on the wrong trail, and then took a few wrong turns and ended up in a neighboring town. Trail was lovely and we saw some cool rock formations. Walked a good 15 kms, All flat ...
Last night, after a busy first day of rehearsals, I took the horn players plus Nicky and Morgan's roommate from UK out to dinner at a local restaurant. The waiter was eager to speak in English with us and gave us menus in English, which was very helpful. Afterwards, Julia ...
Oh what a day! We both slept well even though it was cool but it hardly rained. As we were having breakfast the rain started again. We decided to put on all the rain gear today - helter-skelter capri pants, mountain hardware fusion hooded rain tops, sealskin socks and gore overmitts over our cycling gloves (and a good job too as it turned out). We managed to keep everything dry as we packed up and the tent inner wasn't too wet. The first 7km from Merzig was on a nice asphalt path until ...
Saturday was the last day of the festival. It was essentially a free day. No rehearsals or lessons were scheduled. The only thing that was scheduled was the evening concert. Having been in Saarburg for 2 weeks and never really exploring it, I finally had my chance. I went on my own little walking tour through the city. I walked the adorable little streets that go back and forth across the Leuk rivulet. It's the ...