NH Hotel Media Park
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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FINALLY - feeling like my old self!! I thought I was losing it!! We had a nice dinner last night - it was the chef's farewell dinner...7 courses...luckily they are not into huge portions, but we thought the 5th course was the main course...the staff is so diverse and they all have their own story, and they want to tell their story, which is nice and a little to personal sometimes...I guess that is a fine ...
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 Romans were fairly sophisticated in their infrastructure, for example, in 1995 when installing a new sewerage system the contractors discovered the remnants of a bricked sewer tunnel with ran for at least 130 metres towards the river. However there is no record of this facility being used within the last 1000 years. A section of the bricked sewer has been reconstructed above ground. Our tour included an archeological dig in the Jewish quarter with remains dating back ...
... 445 train to Dusseldorf and then turned into the 455 train to Cologne! In defence of DeutcheBahn (the German Rail Network spelt incorrectly) we figured afterwards that they did announce it, it was only that it was done completely in German (again fair enough, we're in Germany) and all we recognised was "Dusseldorf" so were fat dumb and happy (again, referencing the Berlin blog, we totally channelled the Eurotrip conversation about going to Berlin). Well, "what the **** do we do now?!" "We ...
... these large cities just being a pile of rubble, and what has been achieved in the 70 years since is nothing short of remarkable. We sat near the square and ordered coffee and watched the world go by before heading back to the ship. Tonight we enjoyed the Captains farewell dinner. The captain is Hungarian and is quite visible and approachable. We had quite a few lobster dishes, but so far from the ocean they were ...