Hotel Am Rather Kreuzweg
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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 ...
... we'll to be honest not too sure we're it actually was, anyway we have another big meal that was a struggle to finish. After lunch we looked at some Anabell fresh market potatoes and some other varieties the grower had, some looked quite good. Back into the car and to the airport as we fly from Dusseldorf - Amsterdam - Edinburgh tonight then to finish a drive up to ...
... pamphlet and introduced me everyone there already. Suddenly the tour commenced and we were encourage to stay close to the tour guide leaving all the responsibility up to the individual to not get lost or lose sight of the guide, something I would consider if in a school tour would be to have a teacher at the back and not allow any student behind. The facts and information the tour guide had to share with us as we travel past seemingly pointless ...
... br> Ene, tene, mone, mei
Pastor, lone, bone, strei
Ene, fune, herke, berke,
Wer? Wie? Wo? Was?
the German version of the English eenie, meenie, miney, moe I found myself doing a river rafting tour down the Rhein. When I got to the even desk they fitted me out with a safety helmet, life vest, overalls, it was Winter, and paddle and then threw me into a group, off which only a few spoke English. After paddling for about ten ...
... a berth in the salon for me. And oh yeah, we also have a dog!
But first the stop in Dusseldorf, and its Old Town, Altstadt - which a very timely American Airlines magazine article informs me is also known as the World's Longest Bar "thanks to its 300 drink establishments crammed into a half-square-mile of cobblestone space."
Good thing Francis isn't here. He could end up buying a plane or something!
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