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... to visit into the night until I was unable to keep my eyes open. Being that my last full night of sleep (more than 2 hours) was Friday night and 5 hours on the planes & trains didn't really cut it, I was not the usual conversationalist and thus headed to my room. After 50 hours of minimal sleep I was due.
The next morning I was up and rested after 7 hours. It looked as if the weather would not be kind as it had downpoured only an hour earlier, but as we ...
... several places selling fruit, muesli and yoghurt and we even managed to find a decaf
cappuchino which was a great start to our day. We caught a train to Aachen - about an hour away and enjoyed reading our books on the way. The trains are very easy to relax in and we took a few photos of some interesting graffiti and villages as we raced past, as well as finally getting a shot of a solar panel farm.
... 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 ...
Saturday 20th September 2014
Today we slept in and took our time. It was our lazy day.
We got up and had some breakfast. We ordered a beehive pastry and a quiche to share.
The beehive cake was nothing like back at home. It tasted pretty bad, we could not finish it. The quiche was great.
We then walked around town looked at the ...
... are over 500 steps which you can climb for the view but we did not attempt these! The stained glass windows are original in the lower part as they were removed during the war. There are both medieval and renaissance examples as well as ultra modern. The spires survived the bombing as they stood out above the clouds and acted as an orientation for the allied bombers. The rest of the city was blitzed and rebuilt.