Guennewig Hotel Bristol
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... br> According to our information, Koln was approx 95% destroyed diluting WWII. So most of the city has been built or rebuilt since 1945. However, it seems the church was not among the casualties.
Then we jumped on a boat for a river cruise along the Rhine. It was only about 45 minutes and it brought us up river to another part of Koln. During the little cruise we had some kaffee and kuchen.
We de-boated and wandered around the part of Koln where ...
... Barbarossa had taken from the Basilica of Sant'Eustorgio,
Milan, Italy. (Parts of the relics have since been returned to Milan.)
The relics have great religious significance and drew pilgrims ...
... 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 back instead of twenty five of walking and although this doesn’t seem much quicker the fact that I could relax for about ten minutes was tremendously appreciated. ...
I'm here and I’m feeling good despite the forty two hour flight which was a major surprise for me. I suppose it is because I’ve had enough time in the sky to align my clock to 8 or so hours back. It’s like getting an extra day in life but I know it will hit me when I travel back and lose a whole day. I was well pleased with my choice of seat and knowledge of the potential discomfort in planes. After reading ...
... courtyard, barn and large open yard in the back. Coffee and cake around the dining table with their son, daughter in law and grandson were spent getting a lesson in German rural country living. This was one of those priceless afternoons that few tourists are able to experience.
As an added bonus, Rolph volunteers once a year at the local historical site of ancient Roman lime kilns from the third century A.D. this was his one ...