I have been traveling in recent weeks and have mainly focused on video rather than still photograph; also because of the slow internet access I have not posted on a daily basis as I intended to do.
From the veranda of my hotel room in Lourdes, France, I was able to admire the Chateau fort de Lourdes, once a castle since the 8th century, a royal prison from the 15th century, and a museum from the 20th century to the present.
I know that this was taken in the Rhineland. If my mind does not fail me, this is the town of Bingen. I was thinking of the medieval saint, Hildegard von Bingen when I took this photo.
Bruges in the Flemish Region of Belgium is one of the most well-preserved medieval towns in Europe.
The Rhine River together with the Danube is the two most famous rivers in all of Europe. The best part of the Rhine river cruise I have been told is the middle Rhine where many medieval castles can be seen on both sides of the river.
Bruges is one of the most picturesque medieval cities in Europe. This digital art is nothing compared to the oil painting of the Flemish School that Bruges is known for. At least, I did try…