Central Hotel am Dom
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... too many Euro coins is a more common problem (one I now have), given I only bought one thing all day I had nothing of the sort. Fortunately someone made change for me and I was told to get a ticket at a machine that was found to be broken. Eventually I sat back down and handed another attendant the coins, but this was not the start I was looking for. Hopefully my public transportation skills improve as the trip goes on...as well as my interactions with Germans! ;-)
... 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.
In the afternoon headed into the cathedral. Quieter than yesterday! This is the largest church in Germany, holding various "treasures" as well as the bones of the Three Magi/Wise Men. In 1164 these relics were transported to Cologne by boat along the Rhine. Also on board were the relics of St Apollarinus. It is said that the boat stopped ...
Cycling back towards Ahrweiler got caught in some gentle showers. Cycled harder.
In the evening cycled across to Bachem, just across the Ahr for commencement of their wine festival W/E. We'd been told of the live music and wine tasting happening to night. The town centre was closed ...
... cabin to ourselves.
This train was very clean. It had mirrored shelving to hold small items, above racks for our luggage and lots of storage for our backpacks. The blue leather seats reclined and the padded headrest detached and I used them as a pillow to look out the window. We were shocked to find that our cup of coffee was $7.00 Euros or $9.50 and there was no offer for a refill. Oh well, you live you learn.
Paul stopped in the train station for ...