Friday, August 21, 2015

Our Little Corner of the World...Expanded to the Middle Rhine!!!



Leaving Koblenz and Marksburg castle,
we headed up the Rhine...
with one last glimpse of the castle...


Did you know that just sailing on the Middle Rhine puts you into
a UNESCO World Heritage site?


I don't think it's because there are goats on the hillsides along the 
banks of the river...


Look!!!  There's a castle!!!


...and a cool house...


...and another castle!!!


...and another castle...


...and another castle...


 ...Oh!!!  And look at the cool patterns the fields make on the hillside!!!


 ...and another castle...


...and a cool church...


Look!!!  Another castle and a cool church!!!


...and another castle...


...and another castle...


 ...and another cool church...


...and another castle...


...and another castle...


...and another castle...


...and what did the Brit say to us as she crossed the upper deck of the ship?
...A-B-C...
...ANOTHER  BLOODY  CASTLE!!!


It was a beautiful afternoon...
beautiful scenery...towns...churches...and all the bloody castles you could want!!!




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12 comments:

  1. I do not get tired of castles! These are gorgeous, brooding, medieval...all you could possibly want.

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  2. I agree!!! They're quite magnificent!!! And it's so beautiful sailing along the river seeing one after another...

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  3. Fantastic castles! Such beautiful structures!

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    1. Thanks Brian! It was really beautiful...

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    1. I was really surprised by the sheer numbers of castles along the Rhine...

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  5. så flotte gamle bygninger ! Grüsse meine alte heimat :-)

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  6. These are awesome with a capital "A". How do you spell C-A-S-T-L-E? haha Thanks for sharing your passion with us!

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  7. I could see making a tour of every village you passed. One night in each location so you could see both castle and church

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