Leonardo Hotel Cologne
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Our day of cruising the Rhine was actually a day of driving to the Rhine and going on a one hour cruise at 4pm. Don't know where we got that idea from... It rained nearly all day today. Our first proper day of rain in almost a month of touring - pretty good run if you ask me. We ended up going through three countries again this morning! Switzerland …
We left beautiful Lucerne and headed for the border town of Basel. This is where a lot of the Rhine cruises leave from. We then entered France on our way to Germany. Thank goodness for the EU and the removal of the need for immigration at the border crossings. The highlight of the day was a cruise in the Rhine. We boarded at St Goar, near the …
Our day started quite early and after breakfast we took the coach into Amsterdam to enjoy an hours canal tour. Not quite as flash as the one we did with mum and dad which included the cheese platter and wine, but interesting and always a pleasant way to look around this great city. After the canal tour we visited a diamond cutting place. Not really …
Didn't see to much of Germany, although we did follow the Rhine River for some time. TThey tell me that they call the River Cruises, such as the Rhine River cruise as ABC cruises (Another Bloody Castle cruise). Now we know why. Between driving along the Rhine and cruising the Rhine there was a castle around every bend.
... he made his fortune by speculating on the stock exchange and incidentally helped finance the Suez Canal. In 1882 he was made a Baron and started building an impressive residence - Schloss Drachenburg - a mixture of villa mansion and castle. Every room was fully furnished, however he didn't stay there a single night! He built it to impress and show everyone how wealthy he was. He died, unmarried, in Paris, where he lived, in 1902. Jakob Biesenbach ...