Link to Profile Semperoper, Dresden Sieg (auf dem Siegesäule), Berlin Brandenburg Tor, Berlin Skyline, Frankfurt am Main

Thursday, May 18, 2006

The Rheingau (Continued)

This is Schloss Johannisberg from the bottom of the hill. It's on the circuit of Schlosses that I drag friends and family to when they visit, as you can walk for miles / kilometers and get all sorts of scenery. And of course have a nice tasting of the more famous of the local wines.






The view down the hill.



Someone was planning a party or reception with a view. From this vantage point you have roughly 230 degrees of view.






All of this takes place at 50 degrees North, which is a bit north of Vancouver, BC and Winnipeg, Manitoba in Canada. Gives you an idea of how temperate the Rhein region is. The Mosel region is a few "minutes" farther north.














Then you can stop off and have a cake and coffee on the Terrace overlooking the Rhein. Rest assured, try to do this on a Saturday afternoon in Spring and Summer and you will not be alone.









You can also have cake and coffee in the enclosed Terrace year-round, or you can take in a full meal of the "local specialities."












This was on Tuesday, so it was not so bad ... only a few roving packs out for a spaziergang ...





Otherwise, just me, the Bishop, and the vines.

2 Comments:

Blogger Maribeth said...

What a beautiful spot. When Hubby and I come over, we'll have to meet up and go there. I'm hoping to get him over there next spring/summer.

7:44 PM, May 18, 2006  
Blogger christina said...

Wow, that's gorgeous. Sort of like you expect Germany to look, right? All we have up here are sugar beets. :-s

11:21 AM, May 19, 2006  

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home