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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 ...
... rude early morning start we were off to the meet & great at Stansted airport, a CSL service that neither of us had used before but I now thoroughly recommend to Stansted patrons. I worked at Stansted many years ago and cannot believe the changes, at first the new security area is daunting and intimidating at 0530. Thousands of Europeans, posh people with what seems to be a phobia of common folk (like me) and your Essex/London holiday maker all herded through a maze ...
... are going a good 245km per hour. Me and my little Toyota Yaris in the right lane gripping the steering wheel with both hands as the cars zoomed past me.
OK - My first stop was the beautiful Cathedral in which you will see in my pics. I entered during mass and it was packed for the first chrismas market weekend in Germany.. so cute. so many ...
... riverboats...it's numerous attractive bridges and it's passing barges is a lively place.. Unfortunately it's popular river crossing cable car attraction, built over 50 years ago does not run in the winter months. It would be a great view of the city also.. (€4.50 well spent too)
Thanks for the couple of days within your inner city Cologne.. You truly are a captivating city!
... and come sell antique furniture, household items etc. It was really neat to get to wander around and see all of the various things being sold in the different booths. After doing some window shopping (unfortunately we aren’t in the market for any furniture at this time) we decided to grab a quick lunch and be on our way.
Our next (and final) German stop was the town of Cologne. We luckily were able to book ahead for a room in ...