Guennewig Hotel Residence
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Friday 3rd Sept Nurburgring We just couldn't leave here without Garry experiencing this famous track driving at the speeds it caters to. So this morning Garry did a lap with a professional driver in a a GT3 Porsche . He explains it as being 'exhilarating ,breathtaking,just ****** awesome' They reached speeds up to 260kmph ...
... lots of Porsches/Corvettes/Comaros/ Lotus/motorbikes and only few street cars. There was some serious money sitting in the carpark waiting to race. First lap Garry got his bearings and did a rough time of 12.5min as he tried to keep out of the way of the faster cars flying past him. He pulled into the pits fir a 5 min breather while they cleared the track because an Aussie driver in a rental had lost his front wheel. The 2nd lap ...
... automated antibacterial spray to disinfect your hands,just place your hands under the sensor and you get a squirt of sanitising spray! Only downfall was while waiting for a free cubicle the men's urinal was in full sight of the ladies waiting area , well they almost got it right .......... Our room at The Nurburgring is on the fifth floor with a track view , Garry was very exited and just little nervous about tomorrow . I was starving so we went ...
... over 600 years before the Cathedral was finally completed, and a magnificent building it is indeed. In contrast to its gothic origins is a large stained glass window composed of hundreds of coloured squares.
Along Buttermarkt for dinner where Paul tried one of Cologne's specialties, Himmel un Ad. This loosely translates to black sausage and onions ...
... afternoon we travel to Briggitte's childhood home town of Bad Munstereifel in the Rhineland foothills above Bonn. This is a medieval walled village that was never bombed during the war and is still in pristine shape with houses dated from the 1400's. We walked the cobble stone streets and toured the walls. We escaped the rain for lunch in an Italian restaurant on the main street along the river that runs through town. We stopped to tour ...