Mercure Hotel Koblenz
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... river. Koblenz is a beautiful town on the confluence of the Mosel and Rhein rivers with both an old heart and new areas constructed after 85% of the town was destroyed in WW2. We are enjoying the space, fresh air and peace after the chaos of Amsterdam. Our apartment has bikes and a laundry and these have been well used. Every stitch we have will be clean by the time we leave. We spent a lovely day ...
... well as Appropriate accommodations for the defenders. This was another highlight for
We returned to the ship for lunch before which we stopped' at the Senfniihld Mustard Factory
and are bringing home two unique tasting bottles of mustard.
We then returned to our boat, took a brief nap then went to a lounge to receive dis-embarqing
instructions to follow on Thursday.
this trip has ...
... meal over now to try and walk some off. Did as planned and walked from the ship into Rudesheim just in time to see the parade of bikers, American cars, scooters in fact anything with wheels there were hundreds of them. Next we found the chair lift which took us up to the Niecewald Monument, from here there were fabulous views of the town and river and with the sun shining it was superb. From here we walked back down, roughly 2miles, through the Reisling Vineyards. and went to ...
... fairytale old homes.
One town is cuter and quainter than the next, each with its church. We were mesmerized with the beauty of these villages. In addition, we saw about 15 gorgeous 1000 year old stone
castles guarding, as they did when they were built, access to the river.
we stopped at the tiny village of BOPPARD WHERE WE WALKED INTO TOWN ALONG SIDE
the River. Talk about relaxed beauty. Today ...
... that half the group was going to require CPR, or Atrial Defibrillation, so taxing had been their exertions. Once revived (and toileted!), we were divided into groups, and each group in turn entered within the castle walls for a tour. Preserved much as it might have been used centuries ago, a visitor is treated, at every turn, to varying elements of castle life: dining hall, complete with attached bathroom, so that a guest, having to use the facilities wouldn't miss any part of ...