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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 ...
... taverns. In addition to Riesling, a specialty of the town, which I tried, is Rudesheimer Coffee which they prepare at your table. Starting with a special mug, a small bottle of Asbach Uralt Brandy (38%) is poured in and set alight; this flame is doused with hit strong coffee and topped by whipped cream and chocolate flakes. All cafes seem to charge €7.50 for it but it is worth it - very warming. Why have I put on 2 kilos in two weeks? That reminds me, I ...
... t start until 1st April, the river was still alive with the occasional River Cruise (you know the European River Cruises bizzo) and flat topped cargo barges that seems to glide quietly past. What an efficient and effective way to move cargo from one end of Europe to the other.I guess we don't have the volume of water in our rivers to do this effectively.
Koblenz is situated on what is referred to as Germany's "Beautiful Corner. It is a geographical elbow where the rivers Rhine ...
... in WWII. We had a bit of shopping time in the Easter market. Me and Jeff split a pretzel and walked around. We found a store selling Christmas ornaments and ran inside with much jubilation. Jeff picked one out and we made it back to the group in time. A very long four hour bus ride to Bacharach. I slept and I saw Jeff zonked out in the back too. As soon as we got our bags in the room we headed down ...
We drove over the hill going to Boppard, Germany and the famous (and very busy) Rhine River lay before us. It close to the size of the Mississippi and it is loaded with barges, ferries and river cruise ships. The small towns on its banks are also teeming tourists, souvenir shops, restaurants and Floh Markts (Flea Markets).
Boppard is a small town that could not have been busier. We ended ...