Plütscheid Esch sur Sûre Wiltz en terug
Published: 15/11/2018
November 2018, beautiful autumn colors along the beautiful green Michelin roads.
We left from the hotel Gasthaus-Pension-Restaurant Geimer, affiliated with the Tourenfahrer group. A must, clean room and bathroom, good food, half board 48 euros ppn and garage for the motorbikes.

So start in the German Plütscheid, 40 km over the Belgian border in the Eifel.
Via a nice winding road in the direction of Krautscheid, through the German-Luxembourg Nature Park, we cross the water in Keppeshausen and we are immediately in Luxembourg. You pass Vianden, Diekirch, Esch-sur-Sûre (where you leave the green road through the diversion) towards Pont Misère with the beautiful views.
(Bridge of the misery ... Before this bridge was built, people and goods had to be transferred by a ferryman.) The legend tells of a horseman who wanted to cross the river and was killed, but less likely is the explanation that the people for of the bridge or the crossing by boat, had to wade through the water, in the cold, with horse and freight ...

Via Bavigne and Wiltz we return, we still stay on the beautiful green Michelin roads. We take some hairpin bends along in Krautenbach and drive past Rodershausen, belonging to the canton of Clervaux in Luxembourg. The canton of Clervaux (Luxembourg: Kanton Klierf) is the northernmost canton of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. In the north and west the canton borders on Belgium, in the east on Germany and in the south on the cantons of Wiltz, Diekirch and Vianden where we drove through earlier in the day. We return via the same beautiful winding road back to the German-Luxembourg Natural Park , direction hotel. 230 nice km's on your counter :-)
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