If you are a fan of whisky, you need to head over to the Antoniuskeller in Zell when the landlord, Tom, is holding his seventh Single Malt Whisky Tasting event. Continue reading “Single Malt Whisky Tasting in Zell (Mosel)”
If you are in Trier and enjoy walking and exploring, you might want to check out an organization called Free Walking Tour – Trier. Continue reading “Free Walking Tours in Trier”
I am always interested to see things depicting the Mosel towns and villages in days gone by.
Here is some footage of Traben Trarbach dating back to 1941. You’ll see a couple of Swastikas and the old iron bridge that was destroyed during WWII, so it hasn’t always been as peaceful as it is now!
I was in the beautiful town of Cochem the other day and snapped a few random pics. Hope you like them.
Recently I met up with my friend James in Bernkastel Kues. We were scratching our heads for places to eat when I remembered a place I drive past whenever I visit the town. Continue reading “Kloster Machern near Bernkastel Kues”
The Christmas markets are now well underway, and whilst they are all usually nice, they can be a little “samey”. However, the town of Traben Trabach which straddles both sides of the Mosel offers something completely different by having their markets underground.
Originally known as Augusta Treverorum, Trier is Germany’s oldest city and famous for its rich Roman history and well preserved buildings. Continue reading “Spotlight on a Roman City”
Over the weekend of 15th and 16th December 2018 the stunning Reichsburg Castle in Cochem will hold its annual Christmas event. In keeping with the location, this event has a Medieval theme, so expect performers, market stalls offering all manner of traditional gift items as well as food and drink. Continue reading “Christmas at Reichsburg Castle in Cochem”