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Travel Blogs from Cologne
... Off to Zons with Stephen wandered around the village then lunch at Tom Hallin Jk had a huge pork knuckle surrounded with crackling
Last bike ride round village and river Josh Mitch home from Amsterdam leave in am for Berlin and we leave at 8am for Frankfurt to catch plane to New York
TOILETS IN germany
Most toilets you pay ...
... now... So for Lunch we had sandwiches and chips, and a Belgium waffle. then caught the train to Bacharach in First class!!! Forgot we had first class and were standing the first part... Then remembered and got a whole room to ourselves instead of standing. Very nice! We had to stop in Koln or cologne to catch the next train and had 30 minutes to walk around. i wanted to go see the cathedral of it was close to the train station an low ...
... must keep them fit.
Lots men with no shirts on some lying on bench with chest and abdomen exposed ( haven't heard of melanomas) some of them left their bras at home not a pretty sight.
Friday 4th July 2014 32km
Left camp at 9.50 in 29 degrees already, great cycle through lots of villages cherries peaches a lot of blackberry vines spotted a lady picking them on side of road with large bag nearly full
Into Dusseldorf few interesting ...
SATURDAY night 28th June 2014 Johns birthday
Went our for dinner with Josh and Stephen
There on the table was a wrapped present and card from David Lisa Fraser jocelyn Tyler Jackson Pyper Scarlett lovely surprise parcel was a lovely bottle of pink german bubbles very nice Dinner was fantastic at a little restaurant in Wittlaer. Three of us had the snitzel ...
... at our "tickets", he informed us that they were not tickets after all but were simply our transaction confirmations from the travel agency and that they did not specify which boat we were booked on. Perfect. He explained to us that each boat had a passenger manifest, one of which our names would be recorded in, and radioed a few of the boats in an attempt to determine which one it was. With a less than assured look on his face, he eventually relayed to us in broken English, "It is ...