Acora und Wohnen Bonn
Travel Blogs from Bonn
... the statue we went and did some shopping picking up a lace Christmas ornament, chocolate tasting and lace looking. Then on our way to lunch i saw a strange game in town square. Young boys about 13-15 were hitting some sort of like rubber ball with a glove thing on their hand back and forth... It was almost like baseball, hot potato, ping pong, and racquetball all thrown together... I anyone has any clue what it is left me know ...
... must keep them fit.
Lots men with no shirts on some lying on bench with chest and abdomen exposed ( haven't heard of melanomas) some of them left their bras at home not a pretty sight.
Friday 4th July 2014 32km
Left camp at 9.50 in 29 degrees already, great cycle through lots of villages cherries peaches a lot of blackberry vines spotted a lady picking them on side of road with large bag nearly full
Into Dusseldorf few interesting ...
Today we took a leisurely boat ride down the Rhine. We saw cologne from the water a very different perspective. After the boat ride we had lunch at a very good hamburger place. We then drove to a magnificent palace, Schloss breuhl. Beautiful gardens similar to Versailles on a much smaller scale. We then rushed home to watch the Germany USA game. Germany won but both teams advanced. After the game we walked to get out last really good gelato. Tomorrow we leave for ...
... cathedral managed to stay on its feet, however it was quite badly damaged and a lot of the reconstruction work currently going is to correct the damage done during the war.
The most incredible part of the tour was when our tour guide showed us a 1000 year old crucifix! I just can't get my head around that, people for over 1000 years have been praying in front of that crucifix, amazing! It's even older than the building itself!
After the tour ...
From Trier we negotiatied up the Mozel and Rhine Valleys by local train,which stopped at picturesque villages along the riverside. It really is beautiful with ancient castle ruins, old churches and storybook villages along the banks of the river. Campsites staggered along the river with their permanent trailers with colorful cavas awnings, recreational boats bobbed in the current along the shore. Large barges ploughed along carryling ...
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