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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Horton, Dec 21, 2011.
1987, RD 125 LC, Portchester Castle in the back ground. I used to have hair in those days!
think I have to go visit my country more often
It's really a nice place to visit and so close from Paris...
Extract from Wikipedia : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_de_Gavaudun
The Château de Gavaudun is a castle in the village of Gavaudun (Lot-et-Garonne, France) on the river Lède, near the Périgord noir region. It was built on a rocky spur and overhangs the river. The lofty 13th century keep rises 25m above the level of the rock.
Caister Castle, England
Today I give my Buell a wake-up-call and take her and my girl out for a ride.
The Castle Odenkirchen is so close, I can push my bike to this. I'm born in Odenkirchen. In my youth it was used by the boyscouts. Today for diffrent city partys.
Today we visit a friends garageparty in Düsseldorf, Maincity of the NRW County, after some cup coffee and "Reibekuchen mit Apfelmus" we want to make a ride. My girl and me take our ADVent and up we go. . .
In the summertime it is totally crowded. But today it was cold and in the end rainey.
In the oldtimes, a lot of people living in this castel. The foundation family get the name after the place they lived, "von Berg". And later give their name to the district they are owned "Bergisches Land"
Castel Cadolzburg in the background.
Sunday we did a nice long ride thru the niederrhein area and visit "Schloss Anholt", a water castel
When we come back to the garage sunday evening, I know I have to buy a new battery for the ADVenture.
It didn't work okay any more. Eight years old. So I change today and have to do a ride
to proof it and load it
After 50km I take a look to my navigationsystem and look for a castel nearby
Maybe you have read abut the racechampion von Trips http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolfgang_von_Trips
His family owned this castel. He did 1961 in a Formel 1 Race in Monza http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPKpV81hC04
Close to the netherland border, Chateau Rimburg
Beautiful Napa, CA...
A medieval castel 20 years old ! wtf ?
Actually it's only 8 years old if that....
Castello Di Amorosa
Crazy mericans !
Last Saturday we have to go to childrens brithday party in Siegen. Only 150km from our hometown. The wether wasn't that bad and so we want to extend the riding, before standing on a party the night.
First stop is "Schloss Bentheim" in Düsseldorf, the district town of "Nordrhein Westfalen"
Later we come to Castel Zweifel. "Zweifel" is the german word for "doubts"
In Siegen we found the upper castel. . . (Mrs.Horton at work)
And the bottom castel. . .
The next day, the wether changed. And so we come back a little wet and dirty. But before, we visited
Castel Windeck. . .
. . .and the water castel Mauel. The signpost in the right corner, talking about private propertiy
For this castel we didn't found any name. . .
Man, you guys in Europe are lucky, with your castles and history. I think our versions of castles here are Supermarkets or malls. Love the pictures.
two castles ,
one is half a mile south of where i live (Goed ter Jagt),
the other is half a mile north (kasteel Mijleke, under restoration)
there must at least be a dozen castles in my town
My wife and bike in front of the castle where Monty Python's "The holy Grail" was filmed
A few castles in Germany on the Rhine river
Hey, it should be raining in this pic. It's never sunny in Germany.
Nice pic though, when were you there and what part of the Rhine is that?