Burns Art Hotel Duesseldorf
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- Non-smoking rooms
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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 ...
... home. Everywhere was clean and despite the huge crowds of people walking the streets everybody seemed to be somewhat organised, in complete contrast to the streets of Colchester Essex where I currently live. There are seven Christmas markets in Koln and although they all sell somewhat similar items the atmosphere, the almost sub zero temperature and the large friendly crowds make it an experience worth travelling for. The friendly stall holders happily let you browse ...
... 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 ...
Thought the sun might peek out today but it was only a glimpse!
Another cool fresh winters day ahead, no rain fortunately.. Don't want all that Christmas cheer washed away... And there is plenty of that here... So many pubs... Found a great Irish one..complete with football(soccer) on the big screen..plenty of other clubs, taverns, coffee shops with all types of beer, alcohol,coffees,teas etc. Had ...
... headed down to the imperial castle ruins about 20 mins down the Rhine. They happened to be closed (of course) but I wasn't going to let a sign that wasn't even in English tell me what to do, so I did what any other Mitchos would do and jumped the fence! So worth it, it was soo cool inside. I went to a little Beirhaus near the castle and got a nice cheap goulash soup and a beer. I asked for the local beer, which was this tiny glass of dark looking beer. But turns ...