Ibis Koeln Messe
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The Cathedral took 632 years to complete. During the war, 90% of the central city was destroyed. Eau de cologne was originated here in 1709 by the Farina family. They have excavated the Jewish settlement a little more than on my last trip and plan to open an underground museum within 2 years. We visited 7 Christmas markets as the weather was nice. Low 40s and breezy. We also went to the chocolate ...
... types of sausages with cabbage and mustard, banana & Nutella crepes and beautifully cooked restaurant meals in the evenings. Everywhere we went we were greeted with smiles at my attempt to say please and thank you in German with an East London accent, we tried ice skating, curling and even visited a pirate themed Christmas market on the bank of the river! A truly delightful festive treat that I thoroughly recommend to those that want to experience a genuine German Christmas ...
... EVERYWHERE in Europe has many italian restaurants owned by Italians. Thin crust personal pizza 4 stagioni my fav! Doesn't beat the pizza in italy but was delish. Bars were dark and played strange music but local beer was very nice. I had to try the typical german shnapps which was actually nice as well.
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... hot chocolate with amaretto dash..yumm! in fact a glass of wine €4 is cheaper than a latte most times.. No wonder they drink... Unfortunately they also use a lot of long life milk here so sometimes the coffee is disappointing ... The wine has not been!
Today we cross the Rhine river for a 360 degree city view on the 28th floor of the 203 metre tall Koln Triangle building.. A major ...
... out on schnitzel after Berlin and Dresden we set out for a change of pace somewhere in Leipzig. We quickly ran into a bit of a language problem…mainly that if we wanted to decide what we should have at a restaurant it would be helpful to know what was on the menu! Since our German culinary vocabulary was pretty limited we settled on an Italian restaurant where at least words like “spaghetti” and “ravioli” ...