Mercure Hotel Koblenz
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... in Tuscany. Casimir and Sofia work in London. Louis moved with his family to Austria and Peter studies in Spain. Filippa died 3 months after her wedding with Italian Count Vittorio Mazzetti d'Albertis in a tragic car accident returning from Cornwall. In her memory Princess Gabriela created a foundation called "Filipa's Angel" supporting young people from all over Europe engaged in ...
An hour drive from Trier, we finally reached Koblenz. Got to see a piece of Berlin wall, had a typical German meal Schweinshaxe (Pork Knuckle with mashed potato and Sauerkraut) pair with a local beer! Yum! After our meal, we headed to the cruise port for an hour ride to explore the Rhine River.
... through this beautiful village I noticed
what looked like two great hotels and remember even seeing them on my satnav. If
only i had picked one of these as they looked magnificent.
Back to my hotel and time to relax after that long trip.
Tomorrow I still have about 250 miles to do to get to the ferry at
Amsterdam. I just prey the roads are not too busy and that the weather stays
good but only time will tell.
Cheers from Limburg, Germany ...
... in later that evening, and about what time would we be there....exactly. Agreed upon 18.00.
The most incredible dahlias. Do well at the Easter Show Flower Pavillion. Dahlias have been popping up regularly in private and public gardens, stunning colours and the size is amazing, but these have to be the largest yet!
Walked along the waterfront of both the Rhine and the Mosel. ...
Over a glass of Riesling we discuss the 5 properties you would own around the world if money (and travel time) was not an issue. After deliberation, I settled upon London (friends), Canada (nature), Italy (food/vineyard), South Pacific island (scuba diving) and the Amazon (indigenous tribe).
It was then back to the flat (via a supermarket) to get dinner provisions, discussing the benefits to Yorkshire for hosting the first stage of the Tour de France.