Hotel Am Augustinerplatz
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... us to enter the canoe with him and begin the adventure.Jordan, Kaylin, and I stepped into his canoe and grabbed on to the paddles he had. They were incredible heavy; we could barely lift them. The old man made it look so easy, I was surprised that he was able to lift them with such ease. We struggled to even paddle our way as the old man sat back and watched to see how we would do. We felt a bit intimidated by him seeing as he has been doing this for so long and we ...
Today is my last day in Germany (off to Miami tomorrow morning 9am) and I have spent most of the day packing. Quite a challenge if you have never really used a trekking backpack before but I kind of managed to get all my stuff in :) The secret seems to be to pack all heavy items close to your back and surround them with medium to light items for optimal balance. Altogether I have taken enough clothes to get ...
... finally make it I to the apartment at about 8. Luckily I learnt from our last trip to keep supplies handy so instead of needing to go late at night looking for milk etc I was able to unpack my emergency long life milk, pasta and tin of tomatoes to prepare dinner whilst others showered and we were at least able to eat by 9. On the plus side, the apartment is two blocks from the Cathedral and is a very nice penthouse. Thank you Baden Powell. ...
... 2010! Marie lived with us for 3 months in 2010 and again for a few weeks in 2011 while she was a Rotary Exchange Student sent to Proserpine. Marie has developed into a beautiful, confident and caring adult. Marie moved to Cologne about 18 months to take up studies at the Cologne University and is from all accounts progressing well.
It was fantastic to have Marie to show us around her beautiful city and give us ...
... called Farina 1709, 4711 was made in the 18th century. Outside the museum we seen relics of older days that had be excavated, one of the finds was a tiled floor almost fully in tack. The Cathedral was spectacular. To end the tour before exploring by ourselves we taken an old Pub once a brewery in 1898 (Fruh Brewery) where we indulged in a Kölsch (beer) served in in a straight-side, narrow, 0.2-liter glass. Quite nice beer.
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