Nells Park Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Luxembourg, we were able to see more of the countryside of Germany. Beautiful rolling hills with cows, wheat and little towns along the way. Celia and John are reading. Not many Americans on this trip. Mostly other Europeans. We were warned we would see a lot of people using selfie sticks with their phones to take photos but hardly any so far. Our first impressions of Luxembourg were mediocre. We took ...
... refuelled we went and looked at the Trier Dom and the Basilica beside it. Both interiors were amazing. The Dom was most unusual inside with the back area just as important as the alter. Be hind the alter there was a priceless relic, with is own gold case and special room behind a gold gate. In the basilica they were playing gregorian chants that were echoing it was lovely. We walked down to the boats as by this time the sun had come out. We thought ...
Today we are on a road trip from Deurne to Trier which is in Germany. On the road at 9.00am sharp and away we go. Stopped for coffee and cake about 10.00am and any body who knows will know that u like to try the local food so ax we were in Germany I asked for a piece of schnitzel. Well what arrived was a plateful big enough for dinner of schnitzel, potato and mushroom. Laugh as everybody else had a small piece of cake. It was good but a bit much 1 hour after breakfast. Onwards to ...
I was so looking forward to our first breakfast in Germany. They have such good morning meals over here. The Park Hotel in Rüdesheim had a wonderful breakfast. I was able to have fresh baked rolls, fresh made yogurt and fresh squeezed juice. Better than my shredded wheat at home I must say. We were on the road by 9am on our way to the Lorelei statue high atop a cliff overlooking the Rhine River. The legend goes there was a young beautiful woman named Lorelei who ...
... something in glass art. So
I guess that has solved the wedding anniversary gift.
By now young Lou (6) needed to burn off some energy - so much adult
stuff so far.
So we stopped at what they call a "Nature Place". A lovely park for
walking - very open forest, and lots of rock formations, including a
cave which required hands and knees at one stage. Lou loved it. But
thunder clouds were building. En route to Natalie's mother's ...