I’d like to dedicate this post to my Aunt Lori. She is having dreams of cruising down the Rhine and taking in the German countryside. Today we will take a journey to the river valley. Here is how you can contribute:
1. Each Sunday, a place will be set as the theme (it could be a city, landmark, national park, etc.)
2. If you are familiar with the place and would like to contribute, you will write a post and title it Travel Journey of the Week: Rhine Valley. If you’ve already written a post about Florence, feel free to share it in the comments section!
3. Your post can be any medium that works for you; videos, photos, descriptions, itineraries, personal memories, poems, ticket stubs, etc.
4. Finally, be sure to provide a link back here so everyone can connect and share their own take on the place: http://liberatedtraveler.com/2013/09/29/travel-journey-of-the-week–rhine-valley/
Travel Journey of the Week: Rhine Valley
Today, I will let my photos guide you down the river.
6 thoughts on “Travel Journey of the Week: Rhine Valley”
I love your photos (especially the smilie elderly gentleman 🙂 )
I love your photos from my second (or third?? :-)) home in the Rhine Valley, you have captured the essence of the valley very well!
Greetings from Cambridge!
Your pictures have inspired me to turn this dream of exploring the region into a reality. Just looking at them I can imagine the romance of floating down the Rhine past fairy tale villages and mighty castle ruins. Danke schön.
lovely photos Melissa – sadly my journey to the Rhine Valley goes back far too many years to a school trip when I was fifteen, so I shall just have to see what other bloggers come up with for this week’s challenge 🙂
You have captured the Rhine Valley. I biked many miles along the Rhine in 1975. Thanks to your photos, I can see that it is still beautiful.
Perfectly captured the majesty and mood of the Rhine Valley.
Here is a shot of the Rhine Falls. http://pdjpix.wordpress.com/2012/09/25/rhine-falls/
Until a few years ago I didn’t know there were falls on the Rhine river. These are near Schaffhausen close to the Swiss border.