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Got to a downtown port location, thus able to WALK THRU OLD TOWN from 9 to 12:30.
In the Town Center is a huge cathedral, occupying two blocks, at least 15 stories high, filled with filigree and buttressed walls. It was built over 25 years beginning about 1350. It is an awesome structure. As we stood outside listening to our guide, many black Mercedes, BMW's and Porsches drove to the church and out stepped distinguished looking people dressed all in ...
... the portions were huge. Ordered like 3 portions and we were stuffed by the end of it. Visited the Köln Dom the next morning and that was the only attraction we ended up visiting because it was scorching & we just went shopping instead. The Dom was magnificent as usual but there was a service so we couldn't go walk around which ...
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 ...
... while as it felt like 90 degrees out in the blazing sun. As the girls played on the obstacle course and swings, a soccer game developed behind us on what at first glance any American would think was a basketball court. Only upon further inspection do you realize there are no basketball hoops, only metal soccer goal posts behind the large 15' high fenced in court. Sand served as a base for the playground which left two young boys playing there very sandy ...
... morning bright and early we set out to explore Dusseldorf.I introduced Neha to Berliners, the German version of a doughnut with jam filling.Yummy. We walked down first to Konigsalee.
The Königsallee is an urban boulevard in Düsseldorf, state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The Königsallee is noted for both the landscaped canal that runs along its center, as well as for the fashion showrooms and luxury retail stores ...