Akzent Hotel am Hohenzollernplatz
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... still haven't found a beer at Mcdonalds in Germany yet.
So it was off to the Früh. This is an outdoor cafe/restaurant where they brew and sell their own beer - very good. A good meal was had by all. Next we did a bit of shopping and then it was time to find our train home. We had reservations for our ride. But, no matter how much you try to wait at or near the spot where the train will collect you - it doesn't seem to work out.
There are digital ...
... military in the region until occupied by the Franks in 462. During the Middle Ages it flourished as one of the most important major trade routes between east and west in Europe. Cologne was one of the ...
... school tour around Germany I would defiantly organise a set transportation method, unlike walking and catching public transport which is easy enough for just myself but having to organise that for a school group would not work well at all. I recommend hiring a bus and driver for the duration of the trip this was students, and more so teachers/supervisors, can get to all their activities and destination without panicking and having a seizure from all the ...
I'm here and I’m feeling good despite the forty two hour flight which was a major surprise for me. I suppose it is because I’ve had enough time in the sky to align my clock to 8 or so hours back. It’s like getting an extra day in life but I know it will hit me when I travel back and lose a whole day. I was well pleased with my choice of seat and knowledge of the potential discomfort in planes. After reading ...
... after 1945. This kids loved this museum and ranked it up there with one of the best they've seen. Frau's friend, Susi, and her brother, Roman, came to meet the group in the museum. Susi and her brother came to visit the states back in 2011 and both were guests of GLSD. Susi spoke to the German classes while Roman (who was 15 ...