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We spent a couple more nights in Amsterdam after leaving the boat. A chance to fit in a visit to Rembrandt Huis and the very large Rijksmuseum. Sue also went shopping for a new suitcase as the wheel had come apart on her 10 yr old pink job. We then headed for Germany on another very comfortable, quiet and smooth train. We have been in Koblenz for four nights at a lovely apartment a stone's throw from ...
... up and up. The 20 minute ride stopped at the top, and we then had to walk some more, going up a very steep cobblestone road. The castle was an awesome display of how the defenders lived and worked in this high spot. The castle had in excess of 25,000 sq feet, and was filled with elegant paintings, furniture, stained glass, dining areas, kitchens, and
fresh water. It was built about 900 AD, and offered awesome sights down the ...
... and exclusive right to use the word "Doctor" for his vineyard. That distinction still exists today, and needless to say the five wineries who have access to the grapes from that vineyard take advantage of the status and charge accordingly for the wine. Another piece of trivia about the vineyards is that you basically get only one bottle of wine from each grape vine.
Bernkastel received city status in 1291 and the oldest and most photographed building dates to 1416. The ...
... water, they are so aware of viruses/sickness experienced on many cruises so they don't take any chances and have hand sanitizers at the doors of the lounge and restaurants to try and prevent it.
Tonight we will be staying in Rudesheim so will be off the Irish bar to watch the football apparently the TV in the rooms too small, we then sail in the early hours of tomorrow morning heading next to Mannheim. Football was boring can back at half time now watching in our room.
... the boat for lunch, we enjoyed a BAVARIAN LUNCH OF bratwurst, potato salad
abd sauer kraut, black forest ham, a whole roasted suckling pig, all kinds of German cold cuts,
bier and German crime cake. NOW YOU KNOW WHY WE WALK SO MUCH.
It is now 2:30 pm, time for a nice nap so that we can eat again at 7:00 pm
NOW WE KNOW WHY THEY CALL THIS PART OF THE RIVER ............
'the ROMANTIC RHINE"