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1: Amsterdam from hotel window | Amsterdam ferrys. | Rhine River Cruise 2011

2: Celebrating "Queens Day" | Amsterdam Cultural Park

3: Grinding wheels in Windmill | Gear for Windmill

4: Amsterdam Cultural Center. Equipment to make wooden shoes and shoes. | QE II A little bigger than our boat.

5: Avalon Felicity | Our Cabin, 5th window, top row.

6: Amsterdam canal houseboats.

7: Amsterdam Canal | Not much of a boat, but it makes a great nest.

8: Houses and a church on the Amsterdam Canal.

9: Opening a bidge on the canal. | DHL delivers. | Lace curtains and swans.

10: Orange balloons left over from "Queens Day" | Chinese Restaurant. | Some type of technical facility | Pulleys at roof peaks are to haul furniture, etc. to upper floors

11: Amsterdam has a lot of "different" buildings.

12: On the Rhine on the way to Cologne, Germany Cows on a beach? | Coming in to Cologne, Germany

14: This is a building, not a boat | We didn't see Al. | Laundry day

15: Restoration of a Jewish settlement in Cologne, Germany | Plaques were placed in front of homes were the Jewish residents were taken to a concentration camp..

16: Cologne Cathedral

17: Addition to the Cathedral. Floor of the addition. | We had an excellent guide.

18: On the Rhine from Cologne to Koblenz. | Boat Yard.

19: Koblenz, Germany

20: Koblenz is on the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle Rivers | One way to cross the Rhine River. | Back on the Rine River.

21: Starting the Rhine Gorge.

22: The Rhine Gorge

23: Church belongs to castle. | Hotel. Coyote Ugly? | Town Gate

24: Same castle, different views.

25: Towns and town gate.

26: And more towns. | Low water on the Rhine.

27: and more castles and hotels. | and a lot of oil tankers.

28: Every town has to have at least one church.

29: You have to go through the inn (bar) to get to the church. You can stop going in or out or both.

30: There is no "flat" land along the Rhine, everything is grown on the side of hills.

31: Churches and castles. | A "fixer upper".

32: There were a number of other boats cruising the Rhine. | More towns.

33: Car ferry. | More churches and more castles.

34: Lorelei sang sweet songs and lured enchanted sailors to their doom.

35: Town gate.

36: There are more castles on the Rhine than any other place in the world.

37: The first "juke box", multi music rolls. | Siegfried's Mechanical Musical Instrument Museum. Rudesheim, Germany

38: Ceiling in Museum.

39: An old "Nash" at the museum. | Rudesheim coffee. Better then "Starbuck's"

40: Statues to feet? | Mainz, Germany

41: Industry on the Rhine

42: Heidelberg, Castle

44: Heidelberg Castle

45: How the castle looked originally. | Looking at the castle from the town | Looking at the town from the castle.We had audio contact with our guide.

46: Aeronautical Museum in Strasbourg France.

47: "Floor show" put on by the boat's crew.

48: Canal boat trip through the canals of Strasbourg, France | Strasbourg, France

49: Smoke a little weed?

50: Protestant Seminary | Strasbourg, France canal.

51: Cathedral, Strasbourg, France

53: Cathedral, Strasbourg, France | Clock | Plaque honoring American Troops

54: More Strasbourg.

55: Alsace, France | Wine tasting in Alsace, France

56: On the way to Breisach, Germany and the Black Forest. | Breisach, Germany

57: One of few synagogues within a town's walls. | Breisach is the gateway to Germany's Black Forest and is on the French-German Border.

58: They wrap up the crops. | Black Forest lumber and a rock quary.

59: World's largest cuckoo clock. | Black Forest.

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