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Travel Blogs from Cologne
... and parades take place. After spending over an hour in the costume store on Thursday afternoon trying to find costumes and debating on how "all out" we needed to go, we ended up leaving the store with only a few hats and accessories... Big MISTAKE on our part.. Little did we know, that everyone aged 1-80 would be in costume that weekend..
We started the celebrations on Saturday in Bonn, Germany, a small town about 30 minutes outside of Cologne (because that is ...
... with wifi.
Eventually arriving in Brussells in the
dark, I navigated the Metro system and found my way to the hostel and Erin. It
was so good to see her. She was in bed (still jetlagged) was after sitting on
her bed for a while we headed down to the kitchen to get some dinner she had
bought for me. Bread soup and noodles and crisps.
... carving - and the myth goes that 3 drops of Christs blood is encased in a the cross of the Alter of the Holy Blood carved by Tilman Reimenschneider. Mine of information!!! Bussed back to the ship at Wurzburg. We then sailed along the Main River toKitzingen - dinner was a medieval theme - then off to a wine tasting in what was stated as oldest wine cellar in Germany. Bob volunteered as the official wine taster - surprise surprise!
... sitting there with my head against the window letting the days events settle in thoughts for as long as they needed to. An hour later I was already on to the next thing, searching for the bakery inside the Bochum hauptbanhof where Sandra had told me to meet her. She directed that I go to a place called "*****" which I later discovered was called "disch," and there I saw her looking sweet and pretty as ever waiting for me with ...