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(Eagle Tower, Klunkhardshof, Ehrenfels Castle, Germania) Almost every river cruise plying the Rhine and millions of tourists each year stops in little Rudesheim, across the river from Bingen. According to Wikipedia, only Cologne Cathedral draws more tourists from other countries.
All someone has to do is walk into three-star Hotel Cafe Koppel and through its yummy pastry shop to know they are in for a special treat. This small, family run hotel located in the center of Bingen gives an
To access the bicycle/walking path that runs all along the West Bank of the Rhine, we walked a few blocks back towards where we left the path yesterday and headed south to Bingen. It is only a 1:40 walk
A “cooler” day in the 80s F. made it comfortable enough for a 10 kilometer/6.2 mile walk along the Rhine from Bacharach to Trechtingshausen. There really wasn’t much to see along the trail with the exception of Rhine River
Hotel Zur Post is another family owned and operated hotel located on Oberstrasse in Bacharach opposite theTourist Information office. The three-star hotel (has three floors with no elevator/lift…argh…) is a member of World Heritage Hosts. We were more than thrilled
(Church of St. Peter/Peterkirche, Town Fortifications and Houses) Not a wisp of breeze stirred in the hotel room during the night forcing us to rise early from a puddle of sweat to eat breakfast and take a train to Bacharach. It