The first half of our day’s drive was equivalent to making six round trips between Boon Lay MRT and the Singapore Expo. To call it tiring would be an understatement.
Sampling amazing sweet, dry wines, admiring gorgeous landscapes and visiting a very impressive underground cellar-slash-art gallery made this day in Germany’s Rheingau absolutely amazing.
This is what dining in wine country is all about: place your faith in the restaurants to recommend wine pairings for your food, try new local varieties and even visit the winemakers.
Everything in the room is modern, but you’re never far away from the sense that there’s a bit of history tastefully retained in its design.
An accidental crossing to Austria’s Plansee was a welcome surprise, but covering over 530km in a day is no laughing matter, even on Germany’s famous de-restricted autobahn.
We just returned from a fortnight in Germany. Here are some obligatory photos and rough details of what we covered.