Leonardo Royal Hotel Koln - Am Stadtwald
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... as they all have domed tops from when the molten lava was trapped inside the hill rather than erupting. This volcanic range is dormant but not extinct. Up on the hills, which we accessed on a cog and tooth train, there was a magnificent view and also Drachenburg Castle. This could more accurately be called a "folly" than a castle. Stephen Sarter was born the youngest son of a Bonn innkeeper in 1833. Following his apprenticeship at a bank and several ...
... 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 ...
... we suddenly discovered that since our last trip to Germany the government has introduced a new "green tax" in the majority of German cities necessitating we display a badge in the windscreen which we did not have. A panicked detour into a motorway police station ensued where the helpful and friendly policemen informed us, in fluent English, that this was a civil matter and that essentially it was wasn't worth bothering about. So, feeling better and flouting ...
... taken to his home in the Bonn suburb of Melhen, where he graciously let us stay for a couple of nights. There we met his wife, Renate and one of their daughters Julia. Julia is just finishing school and hoping to Au pair in Australia! Their other daughter is in Frankfurt for school. That night they took us to the downtown of Melhem for a nice meal and walk around where we could already see a castle perched on a hill overlooking the Rhine. The Rhine river has castles galore, it's ...
... tiresome (at least I know several usueful arabic rebuffals now though). Germans in comparison are so unconcerned and civilized, they just ride their bikes quietly and leave us women in peace. Hurrah! Next stop, I met Adja, my former housemate from Spain and we had a lunch of quiche and salad- served by a lovely, friendly, non-sleazy German boy- before going on a cycling tour of the city, taking in the Rhine, the Dom (beautiful old ...