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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... getting away from their wives but no other 23 year olds carrying cordless gas straighteners (elly's not mine). We went for another dip in the Rhine as it is so refreshing after a day in the sun, and now enjoying more cold German beer ( Gaffel Kolsch) from the campsite which is somehow really cheap, looking forward to more 'spectacular views' along the Rhine gorge tomorrow. Miles: 40. Campsite: 14.50 ...
We weren't being cooked alive this morning which was a treat due to some excellent pine trees (I have no idea what trees they were really) covering our patch of tent until 8.30. So we had a 'lie in' and cologne or koln as the Germans call it was in sight a mere 19 miles to cologne before lunchtime was the plan. We found our way easily and followed the eurovelo 15 signs which we have been following all the way, ( probably should of metioned before now) not quite as good as ...
... bombed by the Allies during WW2. I really liked the city and again we are seeing the city in the summer and at its best time. Cologne of course is also famous for 4711 Eau de Cologne and dates back to the 18th century. We boarded buses and travelled up to Bonn where the AvaVerde had sailed to. From here the ship sailed up to Andernach. Sailing along the Rhine ...
On Saturday, June 20th, we left Maastricht and headed to Cologne, Germany right over the boarder for the Taylor Swift concert that night. Although I have been on German highways before, I was previously near the Austrian Alps where there is a definite speed limit. However, this drive was the first time I experienced a section of the Aurobahn with no speed limit and we got up to 136 mph. We got into town around 11am and decided ...
After seeing Brugge, we thought it might be nice to drive down the road and take a look at a nother Belgian town, the lesser known Ghent. Driving in it was obvious that Ghent was a lot bigger then Brugge, but it was supposed to be just as beautiful and without as many tourists. Which it was! Ghent has three cobblestone squares, linked together by small streets, with canals flowing throughout. The fact that it's bigger means that there is so ...