Bike Touring Highlight
"The dark red painted house is on the edge of the path, down in the forest on the Kais Oak, between beeches and tall spruces. The first rays of sun this year are climbing over the tree tops. While inside, in the fireplace, a fire is blazing, the visitors are stretching out on the terrace , which stretches around the hut, turn their heads towards the gentle afternoon sun rays.
You long for spring, the wheat beer already tastes good and the first white wine spritzer sparkles promisingly in the glass. Birds chirp from the forest. “A bit like an alpine pasture, just in the Bergisches Land”, explains Jörg Breuer. He is the owner of Burgholz train station, which is the station for the next possible local recreation in Wuppertal. No train traffic, but nice staff, a pub, better gastronomy, with passion. And if that's not exotic enough for you, you just have to set off on foot to see tigers lolling under the samba breed. "
April 21, 2021
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