A visit to the “Eifel”…

Today our adventure took us to a place near the German / Belgian border. The place is known as the “Eifel” here in Germany and there we visited a place called Heimbach right at the Rur water reservoir.

the view over the Rur water reservoir
Rur Water Reservoir

This was the view that greeted us once we took the walkway from the car park over to the water. On the way down to the water, we met one of the locals and got a bit of history which was nice. Of course Kiyu and myself couldn’t wait to get down to the water and the nice man told us just where to go πŸ‘

It wasn’t that far to get there, however besides us there was a good few people out and about. Down at the water however, we had the place to ourselves… mind you – wouldn’t like to know what the place is like summer πŸ™‚

We stayed down at the water for best part of an hour before heading back to the carpark. On the way back we stopped in Heimbach directly and had a walk around the river, crossed the bridge and had a look at some funny looking thing… some sort of a sculpture I guess…

Check out this ugly looking thing, looks like the top part of a 99 with the cone burried in the ground 🀣 Anyhow – the rest of that small little place is rather nice, with a castle in it as well. The boss stopped at the car park, however we didn’t go up to the castle, there was a good few people up there anyway and after my swim I wasn’t in the mood of running around anyway. So I am glad that we skipped that for today πŸ™‚

Here is the rest of the pictures from Heimbach, we walked down to that bridge and back up the other side. It was kinda fun as we could go down and into the water, which is a given for us πŸ™‚

Here are some more images… some might be double so you have to delete them or send them back πŸ™‚ hope you all will have a wonderful evening and stay safe… Paws up from Kiyu and me 🐾 🐾

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