Hotel am Hafen
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... a guy got hit by a car and flipped in the air. our B & B lady thinks he was a drunk polish person that was here illegally, because he tried to walk away. anyway then David and I walked to a tower and a ridge along the hill opposite the castle where more vineyards covered the ridge. we then headed back to the room picking everyone up to go back to town for some pizza an then we all exhausted went to ...
Monday 30th June 2014 24km
Woke to cold cloudy day bikes all packed ready to go
Biked to central station Dusseldorf caught train to Boppard 21/2hours
Arrived shower of rain whimps headed for Zimmer (flat) in middle of cute village €50 with breakfast lovely room sorted unloaded bikes and set off now sunny day.
Went to UNESCO climbing trail set off up hill found 3 but were not numbered on the map they dont show you or tell ...
There are more than 500 castles, castle ruins, fortresses and palaces in some of the region's most charming spots. In the 65 km long Upper Central Rhine Valley — a UNESCO World Heritage Site - there are more than 40 impressive castles, castle ruins and fortresses that tower above the Rhine River. Roughly one castle every two kilometres. There is not such a concentration ...
I got up early today to catch the 7:22 train out of town for a long journey almost to the French Border. I was headed to the podunk town of Moselkern. Waiting for the train, I noticed I was the only person over 20 on the platform. Students wearing backpacks ranging from 10 to 18 were nibbling breakfast while on their iPhones. They looked and dressed exactly the same as Americans. I guess school is still ...
... said “that’s it”.
When we walked along to the campsite, which was somewhat like Brighton
Beach on a Bank Holiday, they told us we could use their toilets and showers,
so not so bad. It got up to 34’C in the afternoon, so it was salad again for
dinner! We had only driven 33 miles, but the road does not allow you to do much
more than ...