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Travel Blogs from Bonn

Remagen this am, and the on to Bonn at noon

A travel blog entry by kansonthego on Nov 03, 2014

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Today we are docked at Remagen and meet our tour guides to see the Bridge at Remagen Museum, which is a memorial to peace. As you walk toward the museum, first you see across the Rhine River what is left of the bridge on the other side of the river. And you also see the remnants of the opposite side of the railway bridge built in 1916 to 1918 to supply troops during WWI. It was used briefly after it was finished but was left unused until WWII in 1944 to 1945.Remagen ...

Cologne

A travel blog entry by joannesuter on Nov 01, 2014

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... And red champagne (never tried it before, awesome stuff). Butterscotch liquor. Rum. More whisky. Normal champagne. Pink champagne. You get the idea I assume.

We got SO DRUNK. Never have I been in a situation before where I do not understand a word of conversation, but have had so much fun and just laughed so much. It was truly fantastic - all was said in German, but somehow, from the tones of voice and facial expressions I suppose, I managed to keep up ...

Cologne to Paris

A travel blog entry by djmmgm on Oct 25, 2014

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... markets and a windmill in which a family live. They must like all the tourists who stop by to take photos. Then after dinner ventured into Amsterdam to see the "night life" along with a lot of other people, Saturday night you couldn't move. Wall to wall people. Sunday Now safely in Paris until Wednesday when we head to Singapore. Blog is not working for me can't add any more ...

First few weeks of Uni and bday weekend.

A travel blog entry by jharetuku03 on Oct 22, 2014

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... to get into the university is that you must pass the physical tests. Which you can only fail 1 out of the 20 tests. It's pretty high and the fail rate is around 55%. It's a combination of swimming, track and field, gymnastics and team sports tests. So it's actually quite hard to get in for the Germans. So, that's a little bit about the university. Apart from that I've just been visiting the city centre a bit and seen the cathedral ...

The Wonderful world of colour

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jan 12, 2014

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... I figured I'd make a day of it and go see a little bit of Cologne before heading on to Bonn, so at 6 am I found myself standing outside in the freezing cold, listening to the birds sing in the nearby park as a I waited for a taxi (the earliest trams started running when my train was leaving, and I didn't fancy walking to the station as it's in a bad neighbourhood).

I'm sure the train to Cologne was lovely, but I don't remember any of it, as I was ...