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It was decided to take a day off from driving and use up some of out train pass that still has a few train trips on it. We originally purchased passes that provide us 10 days of train travel over a month long period. Our mathematical wizardry determined that we have some trips "in the bank". Anyway, we are off to Koln for the day.
The train left the Speyer Bahnhof at 8:02 so we were up early and a 10 minute relaxing stroll brought us to find our train to ...
Cologne was one of the most heavily bombed cities
in Germany during World War II. The bombing reduced the population by
95% and destroyed almost the entire city. With the intention of ...
... feel my heart struggling to process all the calories and fat, almost stopping every bite, and as that took its effect I became more and more lethargic. I dragged myself back to my hotel after a feast fit for a king and prepared once again prepared for the next day, but this time I packed everything else into my travel backs as tomorrow I would leave for Dusseldorf at 9:00 via taxi which I had already booked and paid for, only fifty EURO.
... lettuce leaf.
By the time I arrived at Cologne it was 9:25 at night which greatly tempted me to flop down on my bed and leave everything for the next day but I pushed through, and explored some of the city to scout for a suitable place for dinner. As I walked along the bank the serenity was broken by clinking plates and glasses and in just one block of loud bustling restaurants and clubs I smelt, heard and felt ...
... Bonn was treated to a spectacular electrical storm. Although we were drenched, we all agreed the storm made our evening so much more memorable.
There was also some time the next morning to go back into the city, just to explore a little (H).