Chateau de St Nicolas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Matt and I headed off to the Koelner Zoo on the metro. It was lovely: very green, glass exclosures. There was a big family of elephants (about 16), 3 hippos who were having fun in the water and making loud noises and showing off their large teeth. Matt loved the orangatangs (the babies were playing) and the cheetahs (who were prowling up and down). A flock of flaming pink flamingo's and long legged ducks.
Tony and H went to the National Socialist ...
... extensive and used to extend into Belgium and all together was over 200km in length. During WWII 15 people were able to escape Germany using the caves. Back to Gemund now to repack our bags as the weight limits on SAS are quite restrictive and we are going to have to make use of all 4x23kg checked baggage and all 4x8kg cabin baggage that we have between us. Hopefully Gav's ALDI baggage scales will weigh ...
A Sunday lie-in today, to celebrate 6 weeks on the road. We've not missed the TV - seen nothing at all, not even a video. Unfortunately, it appears we have also missed Scotland's game attempt to stay in the Rugby World Cup. We're not really sorry to be moving on from rather smelly Belgian facilities, but Germany/Austria has made us rather soft. Away by noon, just, and trekking north now over more bumpy roads. Most of Belgium appears to be shut on Sunday but we ...
... F1' skiing (if you can believe the sign, and gambling, with a casino as the town's centrepiece. It was bitterly cold walking around and we couldn't find a nice cafe so we retreated (or advanced) to the local airfield, which dispensed the coffee but was otherwise soulless. With the campsite (€18) just a mile back towards the town, we spent the rest of ...
... Although I have to say I think it always was, a level of concentration is required for knitting, embroidery and other handwork. The old wood statues are amazing, dating back to 1460. And still with some paint. The books were beautiful, stored in specially sealed drawers to preserve them. The statue of Christ laid out with an empty place for those who chose to lay alongside was confronting. At first ...