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... museum ...well, not Al...but I only wanted to go to the shop...our guide last time and this time said don't miss it and they were right. Nothing we can't get in the states but it's a local tradition and the chocolates are DELICIOUS!! So...be nice...I have treats to share!!
We did the "pub crawl" - and that is using the term broadly - I guess they meant 13 senior citizens walking slowly through ...
Beautiful morning as we left Andernach and cruised towards Cologne. The river traffic is noticeably heavier and bigger, with many more River Ships (barges), but the scenery along the river is beautiful.
We spent the morning in the lounge, reading, talking, relaxing. Of interest on the river were the remains of the Remagen Bridge which was destroyed by the Allies in WWII. The movie, The Bridge ...
... 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 ...
... plain from the outside. After that it was time to head back to the train station.
Walking back I once again crossed over the Königsallee which is a famous shopping street. There were plenty of high end brands showcased along a very pretty avenue of tree lined streets with a lake in the middle. Unfortunately the roadworks weren't doing the place any justice. Back at the railway staton I had plenty of time to grab a Döner kebap and check out a few shops in ...
... first thing we really saw was the Rhine river. It was so beautiful. Not necessarily the river water, but the set up and the buildings that overlook the river. There were some extremely long barges going back and forth and 2 large bridges that crossed the river. On the other side was a beach and houses. You are not allowed to swim in the river as the currents are too strong. We then walked along the river to the ...