Address: Bonifatiusstrasse 35, Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40547, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bonifatiusstrasse 35, Düsseldorf, is near Nordpark, Loebbecke-Museum und Aquazoo, Kunstmuseum Dusseldorf im Ehrenhof, and Tonhalle Concert Hall.
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Wonderful location

A travel blog entry by juds76rhine on Nov 06, 2015

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FINALLY - feeling like my old self!! I thought I was losing it!! We had a nice dinner last night - it was the chef's farewell dinner...7 courses...luckily they are not into huge portions, but we thought the 5th course was the main course...the staff is so diverse and they all have their own story, and they want to tell their story, which is nice and a little to personal sometimes...I guess that is a fine ...

Andernach to Cologne

A travel blog entry by myxr80254 on Oct 29, 2015

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... tells the story. Europe has so much history.

We arrived in Cologne at noon, and after another delicious lunch we headed off on a tour of the city, which is dominated by the Cologne Cathedral. One word for the Cathedral - WOW!!! Us Catholics sure know how to spend the peasants money!!...:-)

We stopped at a local cafe & tried the local beer, Kolsch, which they traditionally ...


A travel blog entry by bernieandterry on Oct 29, 2015

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... the city hall dating back to 1200 although it has been extended twice with different architectural style. It has been rebuilt after being extensively damaged by allied bombing in WWII. The highlight was the Cologne cathedral, which is the second tallest church in Germany, is a magnificent structure. It took 600 years to build, starting in 1260 and not finishing until 1880 (although there was a period of 200 years when no work was done because they ran out of money). Some ...

It's beginning to feel a lot like Germany

A travel blog entry by pipped on Dec 06, 2014

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... At these markets we came across something better than mulled wine..mulled cocktails served in hip flasks!! I very much enjoyed their best seller called 'Holy ****.' We also sampled the delicious mushroom casserole - it was a feast for the senses. We were lucky enough to also get a lift back to Dusseldorf and for the first time travelled on the autobahn - wow now that is driving fast. I am glad it was dark because I did not want to see how fast we were going. It was ...

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A travel blog entry by dawnc on Sep 17, 2012

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... left his fellow players to walk away into the distance. Shortly afterwards I heard the first band and for the next one and a half hour or more I saw an amazing parade. By good fortune I was at the centre of the first stage.

The bands and groups of uniformed marchers, plus horses, ridden and pulling carriages (two with guns) came from both directions and passed, to later return. Flowers were important from large single bright flowers in suited ...