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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Luke & Tim's mate Paul decided over a curry at Akbar's that Luke needed to keep a food diary...A Kid's Choice.
So attached are some photos of just some of the food Luke has been indulging in. I must say I have been pretty impressed with some of his choices....he did agree to try something new from each country we visited. The UK was easy since Curry is the National Food!! We did not get ...
... get back from the Cathedral visit with no parking fine before thinking we were winners. Happy to report we did hit the Jackpot.
You all know the McCranor's like a bit of competition and it was another Cathedral with more stairs then the last. The Kolner Dom is Germany's tallest and with 533 steps was going to be a good chase. The thing is not only are these steep but also very narrow, basically you are squeezing past the people coming down as the ...
... the wine tasting, which was in an underground wine cellar. We got to try Red, White, Rose and Eiswein. Even though the wine was quite strong, the Eiswein was incredible! The hotel we are staying at is across the road from the wine tasting, which helped us after some strong wine. We went to the quaint bar downstairs for some traditional bar games and strawberry daiquiris. After a fun and great night, we headed off to bed. The trip is going by so quickly. Two more days ...
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 ...
... they were going
The "river" towns along the route also add color and vitality to the areas with their different architecture and styles.
The many vineyards including where and how they are located sometimes begs your imagination but are none the less spectacular.
We were pleased that this part of our cruise was near the end (traveling Budapest to Amsterdam) rather than the other way as we thought we had already been spoilt with the scenery of the ...