Hotel Rosenflora

Address: Kirchstr 2, Nideggen, North Rhine-Westphalia, 52385, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Kirchstr 2, Nideggen.
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Travel Blogs from Nideggen

Bonn and Cruising to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by alexsandral on Apr 09, 2015

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In the early hours of this morning we docked in Bonn. Based on the date of the first written mention in 11 BC, Bonn celebrated 2,000 years of settlement in 1988. However there are traces of human settlement dating back as far as 50,000 years. From a Roman garrison Bonn grew to be one if the largest Roman settlements in Europe with 20,000 people. Bonn then developed into a trading centre during the Middle Ages. The current Bonn market was already a ...

Cologne............ Smells French !

A travel blog entry by peterconnor on Mar 30, 2015

4 comments, 4 photos

... Cathedrals is often the life work of a few generations within families.No doubt the construction of such would have been pivotal for much community, religious and political power struggles.

So what of Cologne? I haven't researched this in depth but I would imagine that the French feel to the place stems way back to the roots of the Frankish Empire. Happy to be corrected on that...did I mention how good Steve Smith is going? Fair dinkum he will do ...

Why Aachen?

A travel blog entry by peterconnor on Mar 29, 2015

8 comments, 15 photos

... the cities like Cologne sound and feel French) and all in the 8th Century.One of Charlemagne's very few unsuccessful campaigns was against The Moors in Spain. I will raise this point again when I commence The Camino. Due to its location Charlemagne makes Aachen the centre of his empire and spent most of his winters here.His remains are interred here and although not proven many historians believe that he was born here.

Charlemagne is recocgnised as The Alexander The Great ...

Day 2: Antwerp to Bonn (141 miles)

A travel blog entry by kkma1387 on Mar 27, 2015

12 photos

... century and became part of the first French Empire. During the Second World War Bonn was of strategic significance as it offered a defensive position on the Rhine to prevent invasion from the west. In 1945 Bonn was captured by the U.S. Army and following the Axis surrender was in British controlled territory until 1949 when it became the de facto capital of the newly formed People's Republic of Germany, although the capital de jure was Berlin, hence ...

Koln (Cologne)

A travel blog entry by bevennett on Sep 18, 2013

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... Aussies from Perth who were on the cruise. Wandered around some more but John's knee was playing up so decided to call it a day. John bought me a leather jacket that we had seen earlier then we bought some donuts and bread rolls and caught the train back. Back at the hotel we managed to connect to the Internet and learnt that Matthew had proposed to Rebecca in Zermatt. We are so happy for them. Dinner once again at the local ...