We found the wine tastings along the Rhine and Moselle to be much of a muchness. They were good. They were entertaining and humorous, and the speakers knew their subject. The usual selection of wines, and one or two people buying one or two bottles.
I didn't stay overnight, but I did the winetasting thing based on Rick Steves recommendation. After using his and other guides many times, I should know by now that Rick Steves does some things well (like triage which attractions to see and which to miss on limited time, and how …
I booked two nights here and said on my booking info that I would be checking in between 8-9. My train arrived and I walked over and there was no one there. I knocked and rang the bell several times. Eventually I called (I had to find someone to let me use their phone) and man wh…
The hotel room is bare of essential needs. Wifi is as good as no wifi, hotel no clean. When we were in need of help and ask the owner, we had a rude response " I has no time then he continued : make it fast" . Room was not clean daily. We will not stay again.
It was obvious that the room had not been cleaned properly as there was broken glass on the floor. I immediately told the manager and he did a attend with a broom and dust pan, but I was still finding shards of glass much later, even on the bed. I pointed this out to the manage…
"book the rooms facing the vineyards."
"Rooms in the back have views to the very steep winery in back."
"Take a room with the vineyards view (quieter, more beautiful)"
"The better rooms face the vineyard & have doors opening to the terrace area. The sound of passing trains might be diminished in these rooms."
"The train station side is less expensive and not really a noise problem."