Appartel am Dom
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Great location. Even though on the outside the hotel appears modern and characterless, the room was anything but. It was a large apartment style room with old world charm - comfortable bed, sitting furniture, plenty of hanging space. Parking is a bit of a problem, but that's the same all over Europe. Would definitely stay again.
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In the early hours of this morning we docked in Bonn. Based on the date of the first written mention in 11 BC, Bonn celebrated 2,000 years of settlement in 1988. However there are traces of human settlement dating back as far as 50,000 years. From a Roman garrison Bonn grew to be one if the largest Roman settlements in Europe with 20,000 people. Bonn then developed into a trading centre during the Middle Ages. The current Bonn market was already a ...
... about 900 years old and whereas The Aachen Cathedral is the oldest, this one is the largest in Northern Europe.
It is so surreal to walk out of the door of the station and there it is. It is massive and something out of a Spielberg movie. I can only hope my photos capture what I am trying to describe.If you have read the historical fiction novels by Ken Follet in his Pillars of The Earth and World Without End, you can see why the building ...
... of the Roman Theban Legion, who were executed in the church for refusing to obey the orders of the Emperor Maximianus Hericlius, to kill Christians. Following on from the Bonn Minster we briefly detoured to see the sprawling expanse of the Bonn Central Railway station, the Hauptbanhof, which was surprisingly communist in its architecture, before retracing our steps back along the ancient Roman road which ran from Cologne to Mainz, the ...
... other valuables from the church and hid them is safe places."
After our tour, we met up with Chews and went to the Apothecary and then on to a restaurant for apple strudel. It was touted by the tour director as the best in Cologne, but Grandma Smith's was MUCH better. There were lots of apples and it was tasty but very doughy in my opinion...I like a flakey crust.
Rather than wait for the bus, ...
... Saw the Hohenzollern Bridge too (basically that's the bridge for the trains to cross and the bridge with a lot of love locks on it). I wanted to get an oil painting of myself from an old woman i saw on the street but due to the lack of time and she was handling another customer, i decided to give it a pass. It was a relatively short 3 hours trip in Cologne but it was worth it and I enjoyed seeing another city in Germany.