Lint Hotel Koln
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLint Hotel Koln Cologne
It wasn't easy to find, hidden in a maze of streets in Cologne's Old Town. And, it wasn't easy to get to our room (up three flights of stairs, with no elevator). But, the room was very comfortable, the breakfasts were heavenly, and the location was extremely convenient for exploring Old Cologne. All in all, we were very glad to have found and stayed at the Lint Hotel.
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... too many Euro coins is a more common problem (one I now have), given I only bought one thing all day I had nothing of the sort. Fortunately someone made change for me and I was told to get a ticket at a machine that was found to be broken. Eventually I sat back down and handed another attendant the coins, but this was not the start I was looking for. Hopefully my public transportation skills improve as the trip goes on...as well as my interactions with Germans! ;-)
... we had some sausages for lunch (our last chance to do so) and then took the bus back to the station and then and then a train back to Cologne.
We then headed to the Wallraf-Richarts Museum, which is Cologne’s main art museum. There was quite a bit of early German and Dutch painting, mainly for churches, and then on the
next floor works from the 17th and 18th century, ...
In the afternoon headed into the cathedral. Quieter than yesterday! This is the largest church in Germany, holding various "treasures" as well as the bones of the Three Magi/Wise Men. In 1164 these relics were transported to Cologne by boat along the Rhine. Also on board were the relics of St Apollarinus. It is said that the boat stopped ...
... traffic, with everyone squeezed into the square for the formalities. It was also the square where there were a number of wine outlets. The system is that you pay a €2 deposit on your glass, use it at any of the outlets, and when you return it, get your €2 back. Juggled our drinks and elbowed our way through the crowd, as I wanted to see the activity on the stage. All the important people were there, as ...
... city (after Berlin, Hamburg, and Munich), and is the largest city both in the German Federal State of North Rhine-Westphalia and within the Rhine-Ruhr Metropolitan Area, one of the major European ...