CityClass Hotel Residence am Dom
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... out all over his blanket. Kaylin and I laughed and decided to turn his headphones up to full volume to scare him into consciousness. “Ahh! Ahh! What the hell?!” screamed Jordan. “Wake up! We’re here, dude!” I exclaimed with anticipation to get off the plane and get on the bus. “I’m up, I’m up”, said Jordan as he yawned. We gathered our luggage and put our blankets and pillows away as we departed off of the plane ...
... towel' (you can see it on one of the pictures below - kind of a turquoise ball). This towel dries really quickly and can be folded together to the size of a fist. Given it's dimensions of 120cm x 65cm that is quite impressive. However, at €22 the towel wasn't one of my bargains :)
Another great idea I got from an experienced traveller was to get a snap hook with which you can attach your small ...
Over ten years in scouts taught me to Be Prepared. Thank god for that and the memory of what can and did go wrong on the way to Monaco 18 months ago. So the plan was to check out at 10.30 and taxi to airport, check in 11 am for 1 pm flight to Cologne. Get to the apartment around 3 in time for some sightseeing before dinner. What really happened: packed and ready early by 10, which was good because the taxi was 15 minutes early. All good ...
Our next stop was the Cologne Christmas Markets where Kate and Roy took to the ice for a couple of hours ice skating while Nathan and Traci headed to the bar for a kinder punch (Traci) and a gluhwein (Nathan) to warm up. Kate and Roy had a fun time skating even if there were a couple of falls!
Our day in Cologne was great and we are sure the memories of this day will stay with us for a long time to come.
... Just a small little skating center and several shops and bars. One of the things I found most interesting in the middle of the area we went to was a large tower, which Simon said was once used hundreds of years ago to store women, who were believed to be witches. They were left there to die in this tower, and today it serves as a reminder of the events that transpired. I found this super interesting, but also very tragic.
We spent the ...