Hopper Hotel et cetera
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... STORES, FARINA AND 4711. These two competitors offer premiums cents at great cost.
We returned to the ship for a late lunch, a nap, and then started to pack suitcases. We left port about 3 pm and sailed all night to our last stop, AMSTERDAM. After dinner, the crew of the boat put on a hilarious crew show, which left us all in a happy mood.
YES, WE ARE TIRED BUT EUPHORIC, SEEING AND EXPERIENCING SO MANY UNIQUE VENUES. WE ARE BLESSED
Kinda have been skiving and updating all at once. so tired I just fall asleep in the car nowadays. Visited Cologne, Germany again and today, the weather was super super hot, around 31 degrees. Went for dinner at a Kölsch brewpub, where we had pork chop, pork trotters & bratwurst & this cute mini beer. The food was pretty ...
Up a little later today, breakfasted and on bus - front seats today. Crossed Mosel river. Uneventful travel bypassing Bonn en route to Koln (cologne). Stopped at Cologne for lunch. Most impressed with the external magnificence and of course height of the cologne cathedral, the tallest in the world, but inside didn't quite match up. Aside from some lovely stained glass we found it to be dark and dowdy actually. They have the bones of the 3 wise men enshrined in a ...
... prisoners in particular. It was a very powerful exhibit being able to see the prison cells and inscriptions on the walls of the people who were held there.
In the evening I went for a walk over the Hohenzollern bridge to the other side of the Rhein river. This bridge is covered with the love locks, similar to the one in Paris. From the otherside of the river, you can get lovely views of the Dom and restaurants along the river.
... Germany. I think I could infer more meaning from French than I can German. It's amazing what six months of studying a language at school can do. Just being able to count makes all the difference! Also pronunciation, I'm finding German difficult. Although it is more phonetic than French (we decided French is just lazy - it seems to disregard the whole last diphthong of words), the words in German are so long by the time you've sounded one out you've ...