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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
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... never to go on that kind of tour, no matter how decrepit we become. We have enough independence in us to resist such a tour. It sounded ghastly. Also bought some more Loratadine hay fever tablets. We've discovered they sell 100 hay fever tabs here for $15 Aus. I pay four times that in Melbourne, so who is making all the profit? We met some people at the hotel also headed for the Richard Rohr cruise. They were catching a taxi, but we decided to train it, which we ...
... way around the malls. Reminded me of medieval troubadours and didn't seem to be asking for money. Just doing it for the love of making people happy. We succeeded in getting ourselves hopelessly lost. We thought we were going in the right direction but discovered we weren't when a nice German man asked if we needed help. He showed us that we were actually heeded in the opposite direction to our hotel. We thought we were going towards it. Rosanne suggested it would ...
... in we head over the bridge covered in padlocks to visit the cathedral. It must have been one of the few buildings to remain after Cologne was heavily bombed.
Lovely city..so we hopped on the inevitable tourist bus which zipped us round the sights...
Dinner at another beer hall...very different from the others. Beer is served in a 0.2l ...
I never really approved of tour-bus style speed travelling, where you spend most of your time in a coach and the only time you get outside of the everything-included bus is to take photos of landmarks then scoot off to the next town or country. Our trip is zipping along so quickly, it is turning into one of these kind of holidays. I don't think I regret it though. We decided to backtrack a little from Amsterdam in order to see the big cathedral of Cologne ...
... We also noticed that we crossed more bodies of water, crossed more highways with car traffic and took note of the large church spires that were tall and noticeable by train. At some of the cities our train went through, there were as many as 10 train tracks. Once again, the graffiti is everywhere, and very little goes untagged. I mostly notice graffiti that says, "RADAR" or "ZEEK" in big bold letters that span about 4 feet. From this train, we ...