Best Western Hotel De Ville
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... we had some sausages for lunch (our last chance to do so) and then took the bus back to the station and then and then a train back to Cologne.
We then headed to the Wallraf-Richarts Museum, which is Cologne’s main art museum. There was quite a bit of early German and Dutch painting, mainly for churches, and then on the
next floor works from the 17th and 18th century, ...
... Europe. This can be challenging as the train is usually going at least 140Km/hour and there are often trees and shrubs between the tracks and the gardens. A number of the allotments had German flags on site that were an added feature to the well tended gardens and sheds by each allotment.
On arrival at Cologne we set off for the hotel. This hotel was a longer distance that we were used to and took ...
... over 600 years before the Cathedral was finally completed, and a magnificent building it is indeed. In contrast to its gothic origins is a large stained glass window composed of hundreds of coloured squares.
Along Buttermarkt for dinner where Paul tried one of Cologne's specialties, Himmel un Ad. This loosely translates to black sausage and onions ...
... the Rhine. Then took a seat on the river near our hostel and people watched/chatted/looked at the river. It was nice and relaxing. About half an hour in a magician busker came and we watched him practice some bad tricks and then perform, He performed okay. It was good. I was surprised after the practice round. We probably spent a good hour there until we got some chips and mayo ...
... so little. This church does not show man's insignificance before God. It shouts out a massive human accomplishment, built by men for men.
The interior furnishings were more streamlined and classy than some of the overly ornate Italian and Spanish cathedrals. It was restrained - but the stuff that was there was wonderful. Carved crucifixes from the 10th century. Paintings of the Virgin Mary from only a couple of hundred years after that. ...