Avidon Art & Design Hotel
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Last night we shared our campsite with the lesbian society of Germany (they had flags), however they weren't the problem the odd couple pitched next to us were snoring louder than a Boeing 747 so we decided to spend most of the night sleeping outside our tent due to the extreme snorers also the 30 degree heat which didn't seem to drop until about 2am. This led to an early start which turned out to be ...
... took the very sweaty tram back into Koln for some sightseeing around the cathedral which Elly very much enjoyed whilst I checked out the cathedrals pews, luckily she didn't manage to see the downstairs section and I distracted her whilst the people in front of us went down the stairs. The cathedral was too much excitement so we went and grabbed a local gelato before returning to the campsite for a dip in the Rhine to cool off and enjoyed a beer in the sun. Miles: 21 Campsite:24 ...
... is green and lush. Constantly you see vineyard's growing up the sides of hills and castles everywhere. For dinner we left the ship to travel to Namedy Castle. The castle is owned by a Princess and is opened to the APT group for viewing and dinner. During the evening a pianist from the Cologne university came and played. It was a great evening!
Doug and Leah
... the hostel and in the opposite direction of where we wanted to go.
Back on the right track we made our way to the newer buildings in Cologne. They are called the crane buildings and there are three of them. They don't look like any cranes I have ever seen though, bird or machine. We kind of hung around underneath the overhangs because it had started to rain harder. When we started to see blue sky we ventured out from our hiding place. We made a quick stop in ...
... cosy pub!
We head to Hamburg today, where we will spend the next three days. Having bought a rail pass to get us through the first two months of our travels, we will again experience the comfort of the European train system. Our rail pass covers us for ten days travel within that time period throughout the bordering countries of Germany, Austria and Italy. We have planned for this to get us well into southern Italy by the end of January.