Haus Natali

Bergerstr. 64, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, 51145, Germany | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by caylameinert


... but I do need sooomee sleep to keep up with my constant on the move self.

Thursday February 27th, marked the start of Carnival in many cities throughout Germany (including Freiburg). Unfortunately because we had class until Friday afternoon, we couldn't really partake in much of the celebration until the weekend. Although Freiburg has it's own carnival and traditional celebrations, we decided to attend the celebrations in Cologne, Germany where the ...

Rosenmontag at the Kölner Karneval!

A travel blog entry by beckygooch


Today was Rosenmontag - this is the day before Shrove Tuesday and a celebration of the end of the period before Lent for German Christians. The festival also stems from Roman times when it was customary that the servants and slaves played the role of masters for one day each year, and this is reflected in the mockery of local, national and international leaders and public figures during Karneval. The German name for Carnival Monday is Rosenmontag, which comes from the German ...

Up to the top of the tower

A travel blog entry by johnlucas


The elderly couple managed to climb 533 steps to the top of Cologne Cathedral this morning so despite the adverse comments yesterday we are not quite dead yet. A very tiring day spent wandering round Cologne, quite a nice city with lots of squares and car free zones. Most of the buildings are new on account of some work done by the British in 1944. After the cathedral and a huge German lunch of ham hock, a ...

First day - what to do?

A travel blog entry by christie.orr

... now, going home in 19 weeks is the light at the end of the tunnel.

I washed my face, and put on some make-up to cover my puffy eyes, Michelle had asked if I wanted to come out to the clubs with her and her flatmates after dinner, but I declined the offer as I was already worried about catching the trams back to GSU late at night on my own. I left a bit early; I wanted to be able to find Michelle’s flat before it got dark. I had already googled how to ...

Smelling Good

A travel blog entry by danielpinno


Howdy folks,

Steffie and I woke up on our last day in Brussels and decided that we could to sleep in a little bit on our holiday! We had breakfast downstairs before packing and catching the tram to the Brussels Midi station. As our ICE Deutsche Bahn train left the station it was already 2 minutes late and by the first stop in Liège near the border it was 20 minutes late. Apparently they had some line construction which forced a detour, but we hadn't had ...

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