Hotel am Roemerbrunnen
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We were up at 5:30 to catch our plane to Cologne, Germany. Although the actual travel time is shorter, there is a lot of waiting around when flying. Our train rides seem faster even though they aren't! The flight was great and we landed around 10:30. We got to WALK to our hotel! No trams, trains, or taxis it was literally around the corner right …
... candy and flowers ("Kamillo" and "Trushia"), but we also learned the names and a few lyrics of the 3 famous German songs we heard playing all weekend. The songs have now been on repeat on all of our Itunes for the past week... By the end of the parade, we boarded the bus back home with a bag full of candies, chocolates, and flowers.
Although we arrived back to Freiburg to a week full of midterms and deadlines for papers, our carnival weekend made it totally worth it.
Today was Rosenmontag - this is the day before Shrove Tuesday and a celebration of the end of the period before Lent for German Christians. The festival also stems from Roman times when it was customary that the servants and slaves played the role of masters for one day each year, and this is reflected in the mockery of local, national and international leaders and public figures during Karneval. The German name for Carnival Monday is Rosenmontag, which comes from the German ...
... Amazing! We packed up and then watched game of thrones. We watched season 3, episode 1-3. After each episode we'd walk around or have a toilet break or tea then start the next episode. I had already seen it but didn't mind the refresher. I also didn't mind just chilling and watching mindless tv. When we finished episode 3, we decided to bake pizza. The girls started prepping pizza while we continued chatting with Christian. They're kitchen is too narrow, so when ...
... it's not dark. Beautiful large stained glass windows, removed and stored away during WW2, and later reinstalled.
Again another city of cobble stone pavers, and lots of bikes. Cars have to give way to pedestrians crossing the streets, bikes expect you to move, and the cyclist appears annoyed with anybody who gets in their way - even though its a shared bike / walking area. A very cool Lego store here Luke, Emma and Lucy!
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed