Collegium Leoninum Hotel
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Stayed here, relaxed, enjoyed
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... screens where each car will be I relation to the engine, the platform where the train will be and at what time. One of the variables will usually be wrong.
And so it was for this train. No big deal really but we figured we knew where our car would be but another train was attached to ours so it screwed up the numbering. Nonetheless we found our car and our seats and the train depart do. Time at 5:55pm.
I watches the speed which reached 300kph at a few ...
... 474 ft)
long, 86.5 m (284 ft) wide and its towers are approximately 157 m
(515 ft) tall. The cathedral is the largest Gothic church in Northern Europe ...
... sight of the Church to guide me, a bit of planning and preparation wouldn’t have gone astray, I stopped by a nice café for a snack to eat before being captivated for a couple hours by sheer amazement at the accomplishment of early architects and builders. The Cologne Cathedral took over six hundred and forty years to build, with construction stopping for an enormous four hundred year and then recommencing in the 19th Century to be finished in ...
... lettuce leaf.
By the time I arrived at Cologne it was 9:25 at night which greatly tempted me to flop down on my bed and leave everything for the next day but I pushed through, and explored some of the city to scout for a suitable place for dinner. As I walked along the bank the serenity was broken by clinking plates and glasses and in just one block of loud bustling restaurants and clubs I smelt, heard and felt ...
... a museum, but a family home of sorts, if you can call a castle which housed over a 100 family members requiring several hundred servants a "home." It really put things into perspective.
Back to Bonn for a tour of the area, Boy drove up to a large conference center hotel which looked out over the Rhine River. The weather had turned cool and windy, but the view was spectacular anyway! On the way back home we stopped for dinner ...