Jugendherberge Koln-Deutz

Address: Siegesstr. 5 , Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, 50679, Germany | 1 star hostel
 
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This 1 star hostel, located in the Innenstadt area of Cologne, is near Chocolate Museum (Schokoladenmuseum), Museum Ludwig, Wallraf-Richartz Museum, and Kolner Philharmonie.
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Travel Blogs from Cologne

Bonn and Cruising to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by alexsandral on Apr 09, 2015

42 photos

... she can have a weekend or three days away in another country for about €120 including air fare and accommodation. Also, all basic needs such as flour, sugar, toilet paper, tampons, etc are priced under an amount specified by the government and she thought that figure was about 60 cents or €1. However, wages are lower. We first went up to the seven hills that surround Bonn and these hills are part of a range of 40 volcanic hills which ...

Cologne............ Smells French !

A travel blog entry by peterconnor on Mar 30, 2015

4 comments, 4 photos

... about 900 years old and whereas The Aachen Cathedral is the oldest, this one is the largest in Northern Europe.

It is so surreal to walk out of the door of the station and there it is. It is massive and something out of a Spielberg movie. I can only hope my photos capture what I am trying to describe.If you have read the historical fiction novels by Ken Follet in his Pillars of The Earth and World Without End, you can see why the building ...

Day 2: Antwerp to Bonn (141 miles)

A travel blog entry by kkma1387 on Mar 27, 2015

12 photos

... first in wood, then rebuilt in stone. The structure existed into the Middle Ages where it became known as the Bonnberg, eventually forming part of the city walls. The Sterntor fort in the city centre today is built from the remains of the Bonnberg. In the 13th century the imposing Bonn Minster was constructed. The city grew throughout the centuries, occasionally sieged by invaders of the Frankish empire until it was captured by Napoleon Bonaparte in the ...

Deep in the history in Bonn

A travel blog entry by want9814 on Mar 13, 2015

19 photos

... s friends at a birthday party for their priest. That was awesome. A chance to enjoy the company of locals. The next day we moved to stay with Beate and Michael's daughter, Johanna in the city part of Bonn but that day we all spent together walking around the college town. It was the city where Beethoven was born and we got to walk by his house. We saw a beautiful old cathedral where Edith and Josef were married. We saw all the buildings used by the colleges and how carriage ...

The Romans were here too (and in style)

A travel blog entry by cflove on Jul 18, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

... plant section which were all outside for the summer in pots but I was interested to see some of the plants were just growing in the soil such as lantana and it makes me wonder with a bit of protection what will grow in the UK outdoors. My sister wants a Mediterranean garden down in Cornwall, so I have been particularly interested in what tender plants would survive. There was a section on commercial crops, wheat, barley, rye and another grass I did ...