Eazires Hotel Domspatz City
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We had a great sleep last night in our little third floor pension which we found online. The bed was great as was this mornings European breakfast. After checking out, we walked through Haslach and took a few photos of this neat little Black Forest town.
Heading north, we passed through Lichtenau and of course had to stop at 7 Sommerfeld Strasse, our first home away from home (1975-78) The Murphy gang might remember that there was an Edeka grocery ...
... for a table and having two beers and leaving for the next pub. Home at 10:30 or the ship leaves!! We had our friends Carol and Rob in our group so that made it fun. It was so loud everywhere we couldn't hear the guide. All the locals were so young and we looked like a group of fish out of water...or beer, as it were...We should have gone back to Papa Joe's and just listened to the fake musicians and soccer fans! ...
... in awe for some time after we did a walk back along the Rhine after lunch to just sit, look and contemplate the history. Sunny and 17C today and a chance to sit up on deck after our return and enjoy the afternoon sun. We even saw some shorts come out of the closet!!
Our evening was a briefing on Germany today by a local professor and just confirmed ...
... the city hall dating back to 1200 although it has been extended twice with different architectural style. It has been rebuilt after being extensively damaged by allied bombing in WWII. The highlight was the Cologne cathedral, which is the second tallest church in Germany, is a magnificent structure. It took 600 years to build, starting in 1260 and not finishing until 1880 (although there was a period of 200 years when no work was done because they ran out of money). Some ...
... music reflected all of this and more, they also reflected his sensitive side. I remembered the first classical music concert I'd attended was Beethoven's 5th Symphony. Therefore visiting the house in which he was born and lived as a child was a 'must' for me.
Bonn was a sleepy little town also bordering the Rhine. Beethoven's family lived in the back house of a 3 storey building. The room he was born in was tiny and low-ceilinged and looked ...