Hotel Saar Galerie
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... decker tour and that didn't help. However, we happen to meet another family from MN and they suggested the Casements, an enormous underground military defense system of tunnels - starting in 1644. It was over 14 miles worth of tunnels with many openings for cannons. Very narrow stairs and hallways and also a few very large rooms. It was dark and kinda creepy. Overall, in case of an attack, it could hold ...
... getting drunk, from there along the Rhine and looping north to Berlin and on to
Poland. Nothing is set in stone so we just go and enjoy- glad the weather is
Our route today took us through the smelly meadows of
southern Holland, Smelly I said. I recognised the smell as it is “The smell of
the countryside”. When you grow up in Holland you associate this with the open
country and the sight ...
Today we visited the Mabilon Bell Foundry in Saarburg. The bell maker is no longer living but his wife gave us a tour of the old foundry. Many of the old machines had been electrified in the early part of the 20th century. Before electricity, all work was done by hand. The bell making process had been handed down from generation to generation. It is a vey exacting craft. After our tour, we biked from the bell foundary to Nettel along the Saar River. ...
... hairpin. By this time our bikes and panniers were covered with mud as were our socks and shoes. Our hands and feet were cold (and wet, the inside of the gore mitts had collected the water draining out of our cycling mitts which were still sopping wet from yesterday). As we arrived at 11:30 the temperature according to the chemist's display was 10 degrees, no wonder we were cold. Metlach's claim to fame is Villaroy and Bosch and the village is mostly a collection of outlet shops ...
... church is the waterfall that you can walk right across on the iron bridge. It plummets about 17 meters in the middle of the city and leads down to the water mills at the bottom. I continued down some steep and narrow cobblestone lanes to the Saar River. After walking through the old market and past the bell foundry, I went up many steps to the castle. Little remains of the castle that was originally built in ...