Airport Hotel by The New Yorker
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... the capital rather than a larger city such as Frankfurt, Munich, Hamburg as it was thought that these more powerful cities would want to cling on to the title after reunification. When Bonn was made capital, 95 million German Marks was invested in infrastructure required for a capital city. Bonn is still the centre for German international politics with their United Nations, European Union and Trade functions conducted from there. Any excess ...
... looks like a "Saturday afternoon park cricketer" but his results are world standard. What thu? By the way I am celebrating the win with a couple of local pilseners and looking out of the bar window at the Rhine River; more on that in the next blog. Jules, I will bring you back here in a European Summer.
Is Germany's fourth largest city with over 10 million inhabitants in the metropolitan area.It sits astride of The Rhine but I didn't get to ...
... to the house in which Ludwig van Beethoven lived. Unfortunately, due to reconstruction works, most of the building was shrouded in scaffolding and tarpaulin so we couldn't see much. We slowly made our way back to the hotel as the dusk was beginning to fall. Both feeling tired we decided to eat in the hotel restaurant; Richard had a less than impressive Wagyu burger and I had local veal cheek which was quite nice. We went to bed ahead of a long drive the following ...
... scenes with chalk. We relied on Bob's memory of the language to help us order and speak to the salespeople. He did great, even though it's been more than 40 years since he lived here. Just a little knowledge of a language can go a long way.
Kath and I went on to do some shopping while the guys sat near the fountain in the park, next to the cathedral. I bought a beer stein to add to Bob's collection from the 70's. Kath bought a mini shadow box ...
... and not running so making our way to and from the city was a bit more complicated than we'd have liked. But in the end we had some great pizza for dinner, checked out a wine festival and took in some awesome sights of the dom (church) and bridges all lit up at night. Things about Germany we'll miss The Autobahn - Sydney's speed limits of 110 seem a snails pace ...