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... along the boardwalk and scouted two potential dining spots. I will not bore you with more food pics; suffice it to say the meal was good - not exceptional. The setting was great along the Rhine in an old family run Gasthof Adler.
Tomorrow will be an easy drive back to Dan and Andrea's place - something under three hours.
Hope everyone is having a good Remembrance Day remembering what it was all about those many years ago!!
... be more sporadic as we head down to Amsterdam. We arrived in Koblenz around 2...so everyone was able to make their tours to the Marksburg Castle and they did a Mosel wine tour. AL and went to town to do a little shopping. I am still dragging. I guess I'm just a complainer...wish I could go to sleep now!! But, we have the farewell dinner!! ugh. I can't believe we have two more days on the ship. That's just incredible. There's relaxing days have been nice ...
We awoke to an overcast and foggy day along the Rhine River, passed by Frankfurt through the early morning (still dark) and left the Main River at Mainz. Following breakfast, we prepared for the scenic portion of the Rhine River. Up on the sun deck (not sunny) we had our Program Director commenting for an hour and a half as we worked our way to Koblenz. We saw quite a number of old castle ruins thanks to Napoleon's scorched earth ...
... some pretzels and bottles of water for our supper in our hotel room. :-) After all, we still had time on Tuesday to enjoy more of Koblenz (or so we thought). The REST of that story will continue in my next entry! Be SURE to check it out—Tuesday’s events can truly be a script for the next Chevy Chase European Vacation movie or for Saturday Night Live. You won’t want to miss it, I promise! :-)
... in the Mainz laundromat where I sought the assistance of an elderly German woman with respect to purchasing washing powder from the automatic dispenser.
It was quite an animated conversation, given she spoke no English and I no German, which resulted not only in washing powder but a complete A to Z on how to start the washer, the dryer and the use of the coin slot and selection panel.
I think she found the ...