Art of Comfort Hotel Haus Ingeborg
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Travel Blogs from Cologne
... at 50c 70c and at most €1.
Most restaurant's cafe that you eat in charge you too and the prices doesnt always suit the price. Some have machine you put money in and some have a lady or man sitting there to collect your money some self clean and there are ones that turn the toilet seat around and has a little tap that cleans it as it ...
... of cleaning. A Lon time ago they took urine and used it as a cleaning agent and made a substantial amount of money doing this. (Roman had to keep those togas white somehow...) so that is likely the real reason, but he mythical story goes a young boy put out an explosive by peeing on the fuse to put it out. So he saved the town, and the town greatful for his heroism made a statue To commemorate the event in history... Ok anyway ...
... with the famous ice cream shop.
Onto ferry and to camping ground lovely camp on the river.
Camps prices range from € 16 to € 19 some times you pay for shower €1 one place your shower lasted 8 mins now that is a challenge for someone like me that is the long shower queen
But no I couldnt last the 8 minutes.
Lots of bikes on tracks some loaded like us, others in full lycra training others just out amazing how ...
... had fillet pork large meals
Then home to watch the Chilean Brazil game what a nail biting game then skyped Nicola
She texted david said we were on so then he skype long chat then checked our skyoe and a video of Scarlett fraser jocelyn Pyper saying happy birthday and that they had tried to get us so got them another long chat.
So really an amazing fun ...
... Cologne, this American boy would be back for another German haircut. Feeling all spruced up and ready to take on the world, my beautiful wife and I returned to the room to change for what we thought would be a leisurely night just wandering the streets. The night had other plans for us.
Unbeknownst to either Ally or myself, the night of April 30th is quite the party night in Germany as their version of "Labor Day" falls on May 1st and no one has to work the following day. This ...