RAMADA Hotel Schwarzheide
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... Much of the path today was actually along the river and there are some hills starting to rise on either side of the river making it a river valley. The campsite we stayed at (the one originally planned for) was very nice set in a wooded valley off the road, although it is 4km beyond Meissen which meant that apart from a short walk through the Altstadt to try and find the hotel we have missed the porcelain museum and pictures of the Rathaus and other interesting buildings. We did however have ...
... of path alongside the B192 from Losswig to Wessnig ,which saved us a couple of km, was a blessing. Althought the path is called the Elbe river trail we are hardly even near the river, except for ferry crossings or generally at our stopping points for the night (probably because boat clubs seem to be just about the most common camping sites along the trail - it seems to us that not many people camp, at least at this time of year, judging by ...
... seconds' were expensive. Next stop was the Christmas Markets in the medieval town of Meissen - beautiful & a little less touristy. A lot of the locals get their hot mulled wine & their bratwurst & enjoy the festive atmosphere. Our tour director Wolfgang (Speil von Oppenheimer) had arranged for us to have bratwurst & potato salad at a little cafe ...
... more than in the UK
Marksberg castle just outside Koblenz is 800 years old and has never been conquered or destroyed. It is therefore a rare example of a complete medieval castle with all its original features. It is quite a walk up to the castle over uneven ground so good walking shoes are required. Inside there are multiple rooms showing how people lived in the middle ages with a kitchen, bedroom, dining room, wine cellar and even a torture room. As usual the guide who took ...
... in the arena, as well as the locals, who keep horses here, coming and going. Lauren was woken early this morning to get the two greys on a float back to Germany. The truck was early...days early!!! Its lovely to hear the clip clop of horses hooves in the morning!
I thought I would post a couple pic of the property in the Winter. Its been so beautiful here through the Summer and the seasons are very striking! So just for our info here are some Winter shots.