Pension Am Roemerberg
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... We stayed clear of the left lane for the most part and did remark that three hot machines blew by us(on each others tail) as if we were standing still and we were doing 130 kmh. Some things never change!!!
As I write, we are enjoying a refreshment in our Hotel zum Muehle located on the Rhine River. A wonderful setting but not enough good light for pics when we arrived. Tomorrow after breakfast (our standard routine) will work much better. We have ...
Of course today is the biggest picture day...the Middle Rhine where all the castles are one after another. We awoke to fog so we were a little worried but the captain slowed the ship and the fog lifted and it was a perfect day. Still a little chilly up on the sun deck but beautiful. We had the cruise director giving us little tidbits about each castle and the area around them. Many of the castles are privately owned but must get approval for additions ...
... the area around the turn of the 19th century. We were interested to hear that there were a number of partial reconstructions being undertaken or already completed in which hotels and youth hostels are now situated.
We took a mid-afternoon excursion to the Moselle River and visited the vineyards as well as a local winery. These family run businesses are very popular in this extraordinary growing area and they have been doing so ...
... to get to the center of town, to the information center, and to the point where the Mosel River meets the Rhine River. We went to visit an enormous monument that was first erected in 1897 to honor Kaiser Wilhelm, I in honor of the unification of the German Empire. It stood undisturbed until it was destroyed in 1945 during World War II. The people raised money and the monument was rebuilt after the war. It is considered a symbol ...
... of Wolf, right on a sharp bend in the river. After setting up camp we walked around the village, with many of its old buildingd intact and still in use, As in many other areas in Europe the little known towns and villages are often much more interesting than their better known cousins who had been plagued (in our view, anyway) by too many tourist related things which spoil the charm of these places. As the evening progressed the rain returned.