Acora und Wohnen Bonn
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... played songs on an accordion all night while the locals sang along to the songs. We then went to Peter's Brauhaus which was filled with people dressed for the carnival. The beer there was amazing. After Peter's we went to the local kebab shop and had a yufkta and the guy actually baked the bread on the spot for us. We split the kebab and went to sleep not long after, ready for another ...
Over ten years in scouts taught me to Be Prepared. Thank god for that and the memory of what can and did go wrong on the way to Monaco 18 months ago. So the plan was to check out at 10.30 and taxi to airport, check in 11 am for 1 pm flight to Cologne. Get to the apartment around 3 in time for some sightseeing before dinner. What really happened: packed and ready early by 10, which was good because the taxi was 15 minutes early. All good ...
Our next stop was the Cologne Christmas Markets where Kate and Roy took to the ice for a couple of hours ice skating while Nathan and Traci headed to the bar for a kinder punch (Traci) and a gluhwein (Nathan) to warm up. Kate and Roy had a fun time skating even if there were a couple of falls!
Our day in Cologne was great and we are sure the memories of this day will stay with us for a long time to come.
Bonn is the former capital city of Germany a distance of approx two and a half hours south of Gladbeck.
Brunhild, Norbert, Auntie Mia and I set out to celebrate the birthdays of Brunhild's son-in-law Lars and his eldest son. Lars is married to Nora who is Brunhild's eldest daughter!!
Along with 25 other ...
... the station and suddenly was near the Rhein on Oxfordstr. I tried to stay cool, but the further I walked the more unfamiliar the surroundings became. With my soaking wet shirt and perspiration running through my hair, I asked some helpful locals and finally found my bearings. I'd made the mistake I had always made when I lived there, but in any case when I finally found the station, knowing that I had missed the train, I found that we had mis-read the timetable, so ...