Hotel Drei Koenige

Marzellenstrasse 58 - 60, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, 50668, Germany | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Innenstadt area of Cologne, is near Chocolate Museum (Schokoladenmuseum), Cologne Christmas Market, Rhine Valley, and German Sports and Olympic Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Cologne

    Speyer Day 6 - Koln

    A travel blog entry by javaminit on Aug 06, 2014

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    ... our connection to Koln.

    Around 8:26 we climbed off our train and beat it to Platform 3 as noted on our ticket. The train was scheduled to leave at 8:36 - schedule a bit tight but no biggie. BUT, as it turned out, the train for that platform was not headed to Koln. A quick question to a DB agent told that our platform was 8 and not 3. So much for the ticket info. ***NOTE TO SELF - always check the boards at the stations. Ticket info is not always ...

    Seeing the sunrise

    A travel blog entry by jezzaboi on Jul 28, 2014

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    The last day before volunteering was finally upon me and I was very excited and not even the freezing weather that lurks all over the dim city could stop me. I was determined to see the sun rise in another country, not my own, and this pushed me on a clenched my hand every time a taxi got near, I was determined to walk and make my own way to as many activities and places practically possible. When I got to the Media Harbour I still had a good 10 minutes ...

    Adventures and Parks?

    A travel blog entry by jezzaboi on Jul 27, 2014

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    After a splendid day of cycling through natural beauty and countryside along the Rhine and then thrown back to 13th century with gothic architecture and astonishing grandeur I was exhausted but well pleased with my day. I decided to use the public transport that Germany has to offer and took a tram one block from the cathedral to Barbarossaplats stop just 2 minutes from my hotel. In total it took me fourteen minutes, and cost just two Eurp, to get ...

    Cycling along the Rhein

    A travel blog entry by jezzaboi on Jul 26, 2014

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    ... to get some fresh ‘sea air,’ as the Rhine does actually connect to the sea in the north and ends in Switzerland. Cycling really woke me up and snapped me out of the slight jet lag I was experiencing.

    The tour was beautifully set up allowing, us to ride through well-travelled paths and tracks so participants don’t need a high level of skill. This would be a very good activity for students and riders of all levels, although I’m ...

    Week 16 was just was eventful as the last.

    A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on May 29, 2014

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    ... find in there. From hey this might actually be from this century to poorly killed sheep looking things. I proceeded to pack for tomorrow! Deutschland here we come!!!!! This is going to be a very interesting trip. 8am saw the departure of my grandmother and I. We walked to the train station at a fast - ish pace and my grandmother had trouble keeping up. I gave her my small suitcase in exchange for hers. No blinking wonder she was lagging behind, her bag already as heavy as an ...