A Catalog of Europe's Highlights - June 2017 - 14
Clockwise from top left:
Vineyard views along the Rhine,
Arthur's bistro, and Inspire
in Koblenz, Germany.
All outside cabins, most
windows, including 22
suites measuring 300
square feet and bicycles for
TALK ABOUT HIGH TEA:
"Nothing beats afternoon tea
on the ship's top deck while
cruising past castles."
A European river cruise delivers sustenance for the eyes and the palate.
Virtuoso advisors Cyndi and Mark Worgan
report back on their river voyage - a journey,
they say, that was full of pleasant surprises
and culinary discoveries. The couple slipped
past castles, vineyards, and storybook villages
while sailing aboard Inspire, a ship that cruises
exclusively for Tauck on Europe's Rhine and
SPEAKING OF PLEASANT SURPRISES...
"We were amazed at how Inspire navigated
through locks and under low bridges. And the
ship was very comfortable, with contemporary
decor and a warm, inviting ambience."
A C ATA L O G O F E U R O P E ' S H I G H L I G H T S
"Tauck had three guides on
board who gave briefings every afternoon on the next day's
activities ashore. Something
else we liked: Tauck's buses
followed us from port to port,
so we had familiar transportation and drivers throughout
ASK AND YOU SHALL RECEIVE:
"One night at dinner, we casually mentioned
to the maître d' that we were craving guacamole. At breakfast the next morning, the chef
surprised us with house-made guacamole and
OENOPHILES WILL LOVE:
"Local vintages are served in both the ship's
main dining room and Arthur's, its small, alternative bistro. (Book early for dinners in Arthur's,
as tables fill up fast.) Our itinerary also offered
an excursion to a Moselle Valley winery for a
WE'RE SUITE ON:
"The suites on the Diamond
Deck are wonderful and feature two floor-to-ceiling French
balconies. We've also had
several discerning clients tell
us they loved them."
ITINERARY TO BOOK:
"The 13-day Rhine and
Moselle voyage between
Amsterdam and Basel." This
itinerary includes a private gala
evening at Germany's Schloss
Ehreshoven, a fourteenthcentury castle.