If you are a fan of whisky, you need to head over to the Antoniuskeller in Zell when the owner, Tom, is holding his sixth Single Malt Whisky Tasting event. Continue reading “Single Malt Whisky Tasting in Zell (Mosel)”
I am not a huge fan of Autumn as it signals in the coming of several colder, wetter months ahead as well as short days and long nights. But of course, the early part of Autumn does bring fabulous colours to the ever-changing landscape in the valley. Continue reading “Autumn Colour Palette in the Mosel”
On Saturday 20th July from 11am, the 2018 Zell Long Table (”Zeller Lange Tafel”) kicks off.
As the name suggests, a 400 metre long table runs the entire length of Balduinstraße (which is the main shopping street of the town) at which local cafes, bars, restaurants and even shops serve up various food specialities and of course copious amounts of local wine. Continue reading “Zeller Lange Tafel (Zell Long Table)”
I cannot wait to have a go at this. It is located above Zell (Mosel). Has anyone tried it?
I don’t know about you, but I love seeing old photos particularly when they are of things I can relate to. So you can guess how pleased I was to find a Facebook group dedicated to images from yesteryear for my new hometown of Zell.
The photo album of that group has plenty of interesting snapshots showing life in the town in days gone by, including some from the years leading up to the Second World War which may raise a few eyebrows but are still part of the rich and fascinating history of the region.
Click here to go to the group photo album to see what I mean. I will search around to see if I can find any similar groups or pages for other towns in the region.