Eden Hotel Fruh am Dom
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... in the picture. There were many Kolsch brauhauses around and we stopped for lunch at Brauhaus Sion. People were dressed up everywhere like it was Halloween and we later discovered it was a carnival. Annissa tried the currywurst and I had a foot long bratwurst with fried potatoes and a creamy cabbage. The people next to us had pork knuckles and what must have been a 6 foot long bratwurst. I also tried ...
... spirit of the holidays. Where to first? With bags still in hand? Why to the Weihnachtsmarket am Koln Dom (the Christmas market located directly next to the cathedral) for a wurst, of course! Oh, how I'd missed Germany! An hour later, we were settled into our Air B&B accommodations and back out to breathe in the cold air and bask in the glow of the Rudolphmarkt, which was located only a block away. Well, maybe it was the gluhwein that brought ...
... place you can't stand still in as you just get carried along with the crowds.
I was making my way to Dusseldorf Hafen, this is the media harbour a rejuvenated area of once docklands now hosts the media and the Rhine Tower, the old harbour buildings have been updated into offices or accommodation, I can imagine it would be an expensive place to live.
I went up the Rhine Tower, I think it was 3€ for a ride up in the lift and when up there you can ...
... saved time queuing, the baggage check in was very easy and automated, the machine weighed the bad then printed out a label to attach and off it went down the conveyer belt. Passport control went smoothly too and this gave me plenty of time for a coffee and relax before the flight, up to now it was going just fine and I was enjoying my little adventure.
The flight was really good, it took just over an hour to arrive ...
... is a World Heritage Site. It is Germany's most visited landmark, attracting an average of 20,000 people a day.