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The Cathedral took 632 years to complete. During the war, 90% of the central city was destroyed. Eau de cologne was originated here in 1709 by the Farina family. They have excavated the Jewish settlement a little more than on my last trip and plan to open an underground museum within 2 years. We visited 7 Christmas markets as the weather was nice. Low 40s and breezy. We also went to the chocolate ...
When I suggested a weekend in Germany visiting Christmas markets and sampling the 'Gluwhein' my husband, who went to school in Rinteln as a child, was thrilled to take me along and show off his German language skills. I have never been to Germany and didn't know what to expect, so I took full advantage of being a travel agent and booked us on a great deal to Cologne for a 2 night/3 day break with flights and 4* city centre hotel for £125 per person. Once I had acclimatised ...
First let me just say that driving in Germany is NOT for me!!!! I have went to young speed racer to grandma driver in the past 10 years and have no intention of going back. No speed limit and no street lights on the autobahn at night is so scary. Two lanes and if you try and pass anyone u better sure as heck make there are no headlights in sight because ...
Thought the sun might peek out today but it was only a glimpse!
Another cool fresh winters day ahead, no rain fortunately.. Don't want all that Christmas cheer washed away... And there is plenty of that here... So many pubs... Found a great Irish one..complete with football(soccer) on the big screen..plenty of other clubs, taverns, coffee shops with all types of beer, alcohol,coffees,teas etc. Had ...
... explore the city, when we came across the old part of town, which was very quant and pretty small. We visited an awesome Nutcracker store, with some beautiful Christmas decorations...but unfortunately they are just a tad too breakable to carry with us. Afterwards we decided to head to the Chocolate museum along the river.Before going into the museum, we decided to stop for a beer in the beer garden next door.
This Chocolate museum was pretty interesting. Of course our fav ...