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TravelPod Member ReviewsCentral Hotel Rüdesheim am Rhein
Nice, clean hotel near the Cable Car. We had to cart our luggage up and down one flight of stairs, but they had an elevator for the rest of the floors. Since we had just finished flying for over 24 hours, all we needed was a bed and bathroom. This hotel was more than adequate for us.
I'm an early riser, and evidently few others in Rudesheim are morning people. I waited until after 7 am before heading out and found myself locked in the hotel. I could not get through the lobby to the outside. My knocking roused the manager and he apologized for the situation. I later found there was a side door (a fire exit) that was open at all hours.
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... residence. It took 10 years to rebuild and unfortunately he died a year later aged 57. In 1942 it was sold to the Reich to pay taxes. In 1978 the citizens of Cochem purchased it for €332,000 and run it as a tourist attraction. We went into the only seven furnished rooms of the 50 rooms in the castle. The view from up there was pretty good on such a lovely day. An original part of the castle is the round tower from 1000 from which they used to ...
tonight a small group of us , all took a walk into mainz central to try and find a bar ....
the only bar we could find was pretty empty and had not athmosphere .
so we decided to go for a walk further into town to try and find a new spot ..
on the way I stopped a german girl . and I asked her where the is to go and have some ...
... bring home. The cellars date back to 1580. Most vineyards are 10-25 acres in size and all are privately owned.
Ros went on the mini train to Siegfried's Musik Kabinett a museum of old music machines housed in an building one room of which had original stone floorings in it dating back to the 12C. We met up afterwards for a walk through the town before re-boarding the ship and cruising to Cologne along the Rhine Gorge.
The Rhine ...
... of the German Empire in 1870. It was very impressive, towering above you and the town below. It was so peaceful, a slight breeze was blowing and the birds were chirping. After that it was time for our first German meal, bratwurst and weiner schnitzel. YES! Then on to the quaint boutiques all along the narrow cobblestoned streets weaving their way up and down the hilly town. I happened to spend a little money in the Christmas store...I mean ...
... 1900's. Siegfried has collected them and restored them to working order.
We then caught a chair lift to the monument erected to commemorate the unification of the German states into Germany. on our return we walked down the Drosselgasse, a famous small cobble street and stopped in a small coffee shop for a Rudesheimer coffee which is ...