CityClass Hotel Europa am Dom
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... she can have a weekend or three days away in another country for about €120 including air fare and accommodation. Also, all basic needs such as flour, sugar, toilet paper, tampons, etc are priced under an amount specified by the government and she thought that figure was about 60 cents or €1. However, wages are lower. We first went up to the seven hills that surround Bonn and these hills are part of a range of 40 volcanic hills which ...
Sounds French, looks French and feels French, but it isn't; it's German!
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I have to admit to having a bit of a bludge in Cologne...but hey Europe can wait while Australia are winning their fifth World Cup and now have won that trophy on the 5 continents that play the game. A truly outstanding effort.Those non-cricket fans out there, you know the drill; just suck it up. It is ironic that our bowlers were our strength yet in ...
... first in wood, then rebuilt in stone. The structure existed into the Middle Ages where it became known as the Bonnberg, eventually forming part of the city walls. The Sterntor fort in the city centre today is built from the remains of the Bonnberg. In the 13th century the imposing Bonn Minster was constructed. The city grew throughout the centuries, occasionally sieged by invaders of the Frankish empire until it was captured by Napoleon Bonaparte in the ...
... out to be an excellent idea because just as we get to the hotel the clouds really opened up and we were glad to have avoided the worst of a bad storm that hit pretty hard for the next hour or two.
The bad weather gave us a chance to relax a bit and also do some research on where to have dinner that evening. One of the things we learned is that the town of Koln (Cologne) is famous for it’s own style of beer called Kolsch. ...
... The month of May is the heart of spargel (asparagus) season in Germany and we figured that it would be irreverent of us to leave the country without sampling its prestigious crop. Many restaurants in the area had entire sections of the menu dedicated to spargel-based offerings, so it was not difficult to locate one with a nice terrace in one of the town's busier squares that prepared this delicacy in nearly every way imaginable. Narrowing it down to the fresh spargel and ham salad and ...