The Rhine: Koblenz to Köln — The Freewheeling Freelancer

Thursday morning the 29th, my host Nasr went to his German class. I did my laundry, then walked east along the Mosel River to the Deutsches Eck (“German Corner”), the point of land formed by the confluence of the Mosel and the Rhine. There, I caught a cable car to the imposing Festung Ehrenbreitstein that overlooks the east bank of the Rhine River.

The Rhine: Koblenz to Köln

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3 Responses to The Rhine: Koblenz to Köln — The Freewheeling Freelancer

  1. Did that about 40 years ago 👍

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