Hotel Haus Lipmann
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only first night here but this is just a delightful place in the world
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An hour drive from Trier, we finally reached Koblenz. Got to see a piece of Berlin wall, had a typical German meal Schweinshaxe (Pork Knuckle with mashed potato and Sauerkraut) pair with a local beer! Yum! After our meal, we headed to the cruise port for an hour ride to explore the Rhine River.
This morning we expressed our Balcony Envy to Sanga. Would you believe someone had cancelled and when we got home all of our stuff had been moved into the newly available room. When booking the rooms I didn't think we would worry about a balcony, but it makes the room so much more spacious and ...
We were up early and dropped into the centre of Amsterdam town to explore the city for three hours. A groups of us wondered down to the iconic Amsterdam sign to get a picture. The streets of Amsterdam were filled with canals, bright flowers and lotsssss of bikes. We all almost got wiped out by bike riders flying past us when we were crossing their bike lanes. After visiting the sign, we strolled through markets then ate lunch at a restaurant on the canal and then jumped back on ...
In the morning we bought pain au chocolate from the baker and hit the road. France is closed on a Sunday, I checked but it doesn't say that in the map book. We waited at McDonalds until 10:00 to buy coffee, only to discover that it doesn’t open at 10:00. A small cafe adjoined to an in-town supermarket came to the rescue, providing the much needed caffeine and additional food supplies for the next few days.
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We drove to Burg Eltz, which is a castle owned by the family Eltz. The castle is he biggest and best in Germany and the only castle that has not suffered damage due to war. The castle is in a beautiful valley and the whole area is picturesque. We went on a guided tour and it was interesting looking at how people lived in the 14th and 15th century. We had lunch on the Mosel River again, and this afternoon we are taking it easy in ...