Collegium Leoninum Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsCollegium Leoninum Hotel Bonn
Stayed here, relaxed, enjoyed
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... men to finish it and it took 38 years! After touring the church, we got the rental (Mercedes!) and drove 1.5 hours to a town near the start of the Mosel river. Tomorrow we will visit a castle and some small, German towns. It's warm and muggy today but sunny. We ate a delicious German lunch and a yummy Italian dinner! Go figure. Cheers to all in ...
... never to go on that kind of tour, no matter how decrepit we become. We have enough independence in us to resist such a tour. It sounded ghastly. Also bought some more Loratadine hay fever tablets. We've discovered they sell 100 hay fever tabs here for $15 Aus. I pay four times that in Melbourne, so who is making all the profit? We met some people at the hotel also headed for the Richard Rohr cruise. They were catching a taxi, but we decided to train it, which we ...
... in we head over the bridge covered in padlocks to visit the cathedral. It must have been one of the few buildings to remain after Cologne was heavily bombed.
Lovely city..so we hopped on the inevitable tourist bus which zipped us round the sights...
Dinner at another beer hall...very different from the others. Beer is served in a 0.2l ...
... who drink at that particular pub. Friends and family members usually belong to the same drinking club. We saw Beethoven's birth place. On the outside of the house they have a plaque which says he was born on 17.12.1770, however that is the date of his baptism and his actual birthdate which would be shortly before that is unknown. Since the late 1800's the house has been a Beethoven Museum and research centre for his music. At 2:00 pm we sailed ...
... to read that some of the people were shot swimming across the river and even one woman was running back into East Berlin when she got shot. Having said that a few thousand people were able to cross over before the wall was built up so high.
We sat down for a coffee and to talk about the museum. You definitely get a sense that Germany is growing up and has a dominant role in European Politics, but in some senses there are a few things that don’t change ...