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- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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Brought brekky this morning at the Cologne railway station because we discovered they have lovely yogurt and muesli. Then we went shopping. I bought a pair of German shoes, made in Hamburg, for $52! Rosanne bought a very comfortable pair of new season shoes for a little more. While we were in the hotel lounge this morning we overheard a group of Brits on a coach tour being corralled into where they needed to go by their super efficient tour guide and made a ...
... We decided to head back to the Old Cologne for dinner last night and on the way passed a mob of people going to a We Will Rock You Queen music concert at the Cologne Music Hall. We got directions from some friendly Colognians and ended up at a very authentic looking Lebanese restaurant. Shades of Sydney Road, Brunswick! The hummus was to die for. We came across a group or African drummers and singers on the way home, who were incredibly talented and sang and ...
Found unbelievable bargain at a 5* Hotel. & couldn't resist. To put it into context the breakfast cost 50% of the room rate! We didn't have breakfast! Even better, parking was also extra but as GG was too tall for their underground car park, we had to park with the smart cars in front of the Hotel at no charge. Hilarious!
sun shining again, so ...
... it was time to wait and wait and wait for the train, it seemed to take forever.. Finally about 10 minutes late (not very good German punctuality) our train arrived and we soon found our couchette cabin. With a little help from one of our fellow passengers we stored our bags and were tucked up in our top bunks, ready for our first overnight train ride of the trip. Hours on the train: 6.5 Countries visited: ...
... before we boarded the train. That was a good thing, as we were not served food. (I had a box of RedHots all the way from Texas to share.) The views from this train are pretty similar to the previous trains through Germany. Lots of fertile farmland, field after field of corn and more communities along the way. We saw one village near a river that had "hobbit" type houses...row after row of little teeny tiny houses with one or two windows and little outdoor ...