Mercure Bonn Hardtberg
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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We travelled on to Bonn from Munich to meet up with a special friend - Christiane boarded with us as an exchange student some six years ago, when we lived in Masterton. In the evening we met up with her, her mother and sister. After a lovely time catching up and dinner, Bonn was treated to a spectacular electrical storm. Although we were drenched, …
... cruise winds along the Rhine to its conclusion. We brought on a third captain today so we can keep going through this afternoon and right through the night, arriving in Amsterdam early morning. At 3:45 pm we passed Cologne and its magnificent cathedral. Cologne, or Koln as it is known in Germany, is Germany's fourth largest city with a population of just over a million. The Romans founded Cologne in 50 AD because of its position next to a natural harbour. ...
... that was dominated by the bat.I think this, along with our fielding, again at a level above everyone else,was the difference. Credit to Lehman's leadership and to Clarke's use of the bowlers on the field.
But back to Europe; yes, my time in Cologne suffered a little here as I used the maximum check out time to midday to get my cricket fix (how civilized is that ?). The Cologne Cathedral is a very dominating and imposing building. This one ...
... century and became part of the first French Empire. During the Second World War Bonn was of strategic significance as it offered a defensive position on the Rhine to prevent invasion from the west. In 1945 Bonn was captured by the U.S. Army and following the Axis surrender was in British controlled territory until 1949 when it became the de facto capital of the newly formed People's Republic of Germany, although the capital de jure was Berlin, hence ...
We walked around the city and saw some of the beautiful sites, such as the university and the town hall. We had a look at some of the goods for sale in the market, and went for a long walk in the city in search of a restautrant for lunch. (Despite Google claiming Bonn had almost 500 restaurants, we couldn't find one!) Eventually after an hour of walking through a very empty and uninteresting ...