Airport Hotel by The New Yorker
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... for a grand dinner and a wonderful piano recital. The castle started as a grand Gothic moated castle built at the end of the 14th century. It changed hands several times until it was taken over by Baron von Solemacher in 1896. In 1908 Prince Carl- Anton von Hohenzollern and his wife Princess Josephine and used as a residence. ...
Last night we shared our campsite with the lesbian society of Germany (they had flags), however they weren't the problem the odd couple pitched next to us were snoring louder than a Boeing 747 so we decided to spend most of the night sleeping outside our tent due to the extreme snorers also the 30 degree heat which didn't seem to drop until about 2am. This led to an early start which turned out to be ...
... took the very sweaty tram back into Koln for some sightseeing around the cathedral which Elly very much enjoyed whilst I checked out the cathedrals pews, luckily she didn't manage to see the downstairs section and I distracted her whilst the people in front of us went down the stairs. The cathedral was too much excitement so we went and grabbed a local gelato before returning to the campsite for a dip in the Rhine to cool off and enjoyed a beer in the sun. Miles: 21 Campsite:24 ...
Rhyne valley to Edam for a bike ride today. Also watched how clogs and the famous Edam cheese is made.Then heading to Amsterdam to become a spacecadet. Smoked a joint with everyone for the first time in over 10 years which was fun. Had a few drinks and watched a sex show. Got drunk and had one hour sleep ...
... a well known expression talking about the many beautiful fragrances which originate in this city. Well, let me tell you, this is not so. The expression apparently originated with the habits of the city which was to wash down the inside of the houses every morning, including the latrines and toss them into the streets which would run down hill to the Rhine River. Well, one can imagine this au de (odour) coming from Cologne which was detested by a Frenchman residing here ...