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Mosel Valley Bernkastel-Kues
The river winds through beautiful trees and parks - we were lucky enough to be there as the leaves changed - gold, brown, red, green - spectacular.
The nature is also beautiful and there are many small and nice little villages.
Regardless of where you decide to park and walk around, there are castles, vineyards, boutiques, art displays, wineries and tastings, restaurants, bicycle rentals, trails for walks or trekking back country.
The Rhine Valley between Wiesbaden and Koblenz might be the best motor bike ride there is and is one of the most beautiful nature trails on Earth.
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... garden, a small rose garden, multiple play areas, including one with water, large grassy areas with shade, mini golf, a small soccer house, a small skate park, and to top it off, a cafe for lunch or snacks!
There are beautiful hiking trails, and the main park side is awesome.
Animals in the park aren’t spectacular, lama’s, emoes, donkeys and pigs but our 1 year old didn’t mind and loved every part of it.
The main attraction is the kids park in the center which has enough rides for adults as well.
The small intimate nature of the cruise made it easy and fun to forge new friendships throughout the week.
One can stop at one of the many little parks and stroll along the river, or simply take in the view while traveling the roads along the river.
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From the kid that loved to run and jump to the kid who likes to look at nature, everyone in the group loved the visit.
This amazing Nature Park became our favorite destination during our stay in Eiffel area.
this garden is easy to get too season pass holder can also get in to the dinosaur park. has very nice seating areas to wait around or read.
When you first walk into the park, stop by the indoor garden and see the vintage weigh system.