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... dropped us. Not much happening there - a bit of shopping, a farmers market and some sights. We stopped for a beer at a local hostelry.
By 3:00 we were back in board and headed for the downtown again. We arrived and took a look at one of the canal cruise boats, The William Shakespeare, and snapped a photo or 2.
Next, we decided to find a bit of supper. But first, we had to check Mcdonalds to see if they served beer. They didn't - they did in Salzburg ...
... long forming the top. The front and sides are overlaid
with white marble niches into which are set figures, with the Coronation of the Virgin at the centre.
The Cathedral is open from 6:00 in the morning until 7:30 in the evening allowing what you would think ample time to absorb the might of the tower, but in the end you can never truly grasp the scale of a building which displays the highest church spires in the world. During this tour I could imagine many children wondering and being separated from the group so during a school tour I would be very careful not to be entranced by the Cathedral and keep an ...
... 40 AUD for the night.
I am finally settled in and organised for tomorrow, and now it’s fairly late so I am fighting to hold my eyelids up as I checked Facebook and emails to see what’s been happening at home before I fall asleep.
... it weaves its way through the Rhein Valley. But it does give some pretty nice views, although we were a bit concerned about the vomit just left lying on the seat a few rows away! Normally this train goes all the way to Bonn, but we had to transfer to a Regional Express in Koblenz. That was great because we arrived into Bonn at midday, 30 minutes ahead of schedule.
Unfortunately our first impression of Bonn was not good because the confusing luggage locker signs lead ...
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