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... the corner. The building remains but the Edeka is long gone.
Actually, there is no business there now and it looks run down. Next was our old airbase which is now used for some commercial, charter and private jet operations. We drove around and took some pictures and even drove around the airfield to the Baden Hills Golf Course which appears to be doing a great business. The day was beautiful (fallish) but a great day for golf - so much so that the ...
... our ship is docked so we walked a bit and were in the shopping/pedestrian district and we just meandered around for a few hours. I bought some shoes I wanted to buy before we left so that was nice. We had a little misty rain but nothing too bad. I had my hair in waves so that made it an afro - oh well - no one seemed to notice!! We ended up at the cathedral. It is just so amazing. We didn't go inside but ...
... town and stopped in a wonderful cafe for coffe and pastries. Yum! We left Cologne in the early afternoon and continued down the Rhine. We had an interesting presentation from the Captain. While he told us about the technical specifications of the ship, he also mentioned the challenges he faced throughout the cruise due to the low water levels. Quite amazing that we made it all the way ...
... The Romans were fairly sophisticated in their infrastructure, for example, in 1995 when installing a new sewerage system the contractors discovered the remnants of a bricked sewer tunnel with ran for at least 130 metres towards the river. However there is no record of this facility being used within the last 1000 years. A section of the bricked sewer has been reconstructed above ground. Our tour included an archeological dig in the Jewish quarter with remains dating back ...
I arrived in Cologne on an overcast and rainy day. As I stepped out of the main station, I was astounded by the formidable-looking Cologne Cathedral that stood before my eyes. It was the brother of Stephansdom in Vienna, both built in the 11-1200s, both architectural masterpieces with impossibly detailed figures carved out of stones, both looking like towers from Lord of the Rings. They were almost identical. I marvelled at the Cologne Cathedral as I did ...