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... mighty river until I boarded the train for Koblenz. The Cathedral seats the Archbishop and was founded in the first century AD. It was the Roman Capital of Germania. There is much information to indicate that it is considered the cultural capital of the Rhineland.During the war it had the daylights bombed out of it.
And remember........."Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world." Gustave Flaubert
... we always turned left. When we got back we began to cook dinner with his sister and mum, and I tell you what! I'm not the only one making fun of the boy! All three of us girls ganged up on him haha, it was brilliant. After dinner, I was so tired that I didn't do much more than hug the **** out of him before wrapping up in lots of clothes and falling asleep. Wow...welcome to the Germany Essay Club. Be prepared...I have a feeling the whole week will be like this. Lisa ...
... girl who bounded through the airport to set up camp on the floor like all the other human slugs that had my mindset. I spent part of it writing, listening to music and at one point I rolled on to my stomach to see a guy measuring his bag. I asked him if he knew where I could get food before seeing someone with crisps and full on commando crawling across the floor to ask where she got them. ...
... and several stinks ! Ye Nymphs that reign o'er sewers and sinks, The river Rhine, it is well known, Doth wash your city of Cologne ; But tell me, Nymphs, what power divine Shall henceforth wash the river Rhine ? Although I have no sense of smell, I was not aware of anyone noticing any bad smells in Cologne, so when Marion told us that the issue had been resolved, I accepted her assurances. She took us to a doorway on the corner of a building. She ...
... so it w a gentile ramble to the water and views of the city. The bridge across has the worst case of padlock cancer we have seen. I don't know where it started but people now buy padlocks with the names of the two lovers and padlock hen to all sorts of structures. In china they have them at the tops of mountains or beside rivers. In Europe it's usually bridges. I guess it symbolses that those two people will be locked together for ever ...