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In the early hours of this morning we docked in Bonn. Based on the date of the first written mention in 11 BC, Bonn celebrated 2,000 years of settlement in 1988. However there are traces of human settlement dating back as far as 50,000 years. From a Roman garrison Bonn grew to be one if the largest Roman settlements in Europe with 20,000 people. Bonn then developed into a trading centre during the Middle Ages. The current Bonn market was already a ...
... 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 ...
... to see the Museum of Egypotology, Bonn University and the Akademisches Kunstmuseum in the well tendered grounds. Just to the south was a museum of adding machines and counting called the Arithmeum. We then walked into the town to see the imposing structure of the Bonn Minster, one of the oldest Roman Catholic Churches in Germany. In the square outside the church are two huge stone heads, statues of the the decapitated heads of legionaries Cassius ...
... served with mashed potatoes. One of the other women had German potato salad that was so much better than I remembered. I had hoped that they were serving potato pancakes, like my Grandpap Erb used to make, but...not on the menu. Ric ordered schnitzel, which he liked and his potatoes were pan-fried, like my mom makes sometimes. Those were good!
We said good-bye to the other passengers and started to walk around the city. I was just as I had pictured it, with ...
... and I went for some Thai food. I really hadn't intended to eat anything other than German food here but after a week of Bratwurst, Weisswurst and every other wurst, the Thai food was a great relief.
When we arrived back at Gary's apartment, Karl turned up and brought us some spaghetti ice cream (not made from spaghetti) for dessert. Tomorrow I'll be leaving Germany for the Netherlands on my next train journey. I haven't been there in 18 years so I'm curious to see if anything has ...