Herrenhaus von Schloss Rheydt

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Schloss Rheydt is a Renaissance palace in Rheydt, Mönchengladbach, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Over the years the building has been the family seat of various noble families, including the Bylandt-Rheydt dynasty that ruled over Rheydt for over 300 years and gave the palace its present look



  1. Rudolf · April 2

    Hope you didn’t visit these beautiful sightseeings sneaking in traffic at >260 Km/h…!..:)

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    • vikinglifeblog · April 2

      I wish 🙂 I drive like a very old man, now of days. LOL!
      Great comment! Thanks.
      I would like to travel Germany on a castle tour, one day! Or better, cut up Germany in a few vacations.
      I would like to try the Nürburgring, maybe look at their second hand car dealers and find out how sauerkraut and bratwurst taste. And maybe drive fast at the Autobahn! 🙂

      ps. I have been in Germany a few times, but mostly just to drive through.

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      • Rudolf · April 2

        It would be a great trip. June, July, August are the best for that.

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    • vikinglifeblog · April 2

      I believe so, it would be good to avoid the industry holiday. Because of heavy traffic etc.

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      • Rudolf · April 2

        Higher prices, scarce room in hotels, lack of enjoyment. In May, Nurbungring should be perfect to rent a formula car and lap flat out on the course..:)

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    • vikinglifeblog · April 3

      Good point(s)!

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  2. Rudolf · April 2

    When I went to Berlin a few years ago, I contacted a few dealers. They said they’d ship any model of desired car. And prices were low too!

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  3. Rudolf · April 2

    In the meantime, enjoy some action from Schweiz:

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