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The drive was a little tiring...I'm still not up to par. Probably about 50%. The drive was bright and sunny and with no major problems. The roads here are pretty well marked and traffic runs smooth. People here just seem to know how to drive...something we have lost (or never had!). Anyway once again getting to our B&B was a …
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This train to Koln is an ICE train - Inter City Express - it moves along like greased lightening. Screens on the train clock the speed. I know we hit 296km at one point. These trains are smooth, quiet, comfortable and, most of all, faassstttt.
Koln at 10:17am. Walk out of the hauptbahnhof in Koln and whammo!!!!! There is the huge gothic cathedral looming gigantic. Not much to say except there is one reference in the crypts in the basement ...
... rate. The Theodor Heuss Bridge took up most of my free time, this bridge was constructed over four years finishing in 1957 and it seemed it had residence from day one. Under the bridge I saw a flourishing population of finches and pigeon taken refuge from the circling white tail eagle above, something I learnt later while on the tour. Eventually my exploration time was interrupted by the alarm on my watch telling me I had to stand heading south toward ...
... br> Ene, tene, mone, mei
Pastor, lone, bone, strei
Ene, fune, herke, berke,
Wer? Wie? Wo? Was?
the German version of the English eenie, meenie, miney, moe I found myself doing a river rafting tour down the Rhein. When I got to the even desk they fitted me out with a safety helmet, life vest, overalls, it was Winter, and paddle and then threw me into a group, off which only a few spoke English. After paddling for about ten ...
Well if that wasn't the best sleep I’ve had in a while I don’t know what is. When my head hit the pillow I was completely out for a solid eight hours, waking up at 7:30. I had a fair amount of time for breakfast. As I headed to the hotel restaurant I was met with a sign saying Frühstück which translated to, funnily enough, 'breakfast’. A common German breakfast consists of something I would describe as between a dili platter and continental ...