BEST WESTERN Leoso Hotel Leverkusen
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The Cathedral took 632 years to complete. During the war, 90% of the central city was destroyed. Eau de cologne was originated here in 1709 by the Farina family. They have excavated the Jewish settlement a little more than on my last trip and plan to open an underground museum within 2 years. We visited 7 Christmas markets as the weather was nice. Low 40s and breezy. We also went to the chocolate ...
... you feel uncomfortable. The samples of biscuits and spirits keep you well nourished for the hours of walking and the frequent Gluwhein stands are there to keep you warm. We purchased locally produced beeswax candles and a small hand crafted house housing a tea light candle along with several souvenir cups for family members. Koln is a large friendly city with imposing architecture both modern and gothic all set against the beautiful icy backdrop of the River Rhine. We ...
... of german food, spiked hot chocolate, and street vendors selling christmas stuff. I bought my luca an old toy we used to play with as kids.. some russian doll where you open it and a smaller doll comes out until you have a little baby doll..
Lunch was German street food - Bratwurst and green cabbage which was surprisingly yummy. Dinner was ...
... once more. Visitors are drawn by its rustic narrow alleyways lined with traditional old houses. Innumerable breweries, pubs and restaurants invite passersby to linger.
Back to the crowds and another Christmas market.. Complete with ice skating rink,ferris wheel and numerous festive attractions.. One fellow cutting tree trunks into Xmas statues, animals etc has a captive audience. Being Saturday ...
... the day before, and the clouds were starting to come in but it wasn't anything like what we had been used to the last few months so we were grateful for that. We made our way through the streets full of people and shops, past the cathedral and all the way down to the river. We climbed the stairs to the train stop at the to of the bridge and began to walk along the tracks. The gate which is the barrier between the walkway and the train tracks were covered in locks. The closer ...