Mercure Hotel Koeln West
Travel Blogs from Cologne
... still haven't found a beer at Mcdonalds in Germany yet.
So it was off to the Früh. This is an outdoor cafe/restaurant where they brew and sell their own beer - very good. A good meal was had by all. Next we did a bit of shopping and then it was time to find our train home. We had reservations for our ride. But, no matter how much you try to wait at or near the spot where the train will collect you - it doesn't seem to work out.
There are digital ...
... ready for a week of volunteering. I was also delighted in the arrangement of the activities I completed, this is because on the first couple of day I had looked around and learnt certain aspects of the city to superficial level and once on the tour every fact connect aspects of the city in ways I could never image and every word that knowledgeably and confidently elapsed his brain just created a new plane for knowing and understanding a city and its culture.
... I was doing this my bags were already being placed in the trunk of the taxi, and off I went. The drive to Dusseldorf was slightly awkward as I chose to sit in the front seat of the taxi and there was hardly any conversation which was a mistake on my behalf, it’s not like the driver could sit anywhere else. Once I arrived at my hotel, the ‘Wyndham Garden Dusseldorf City Centre Koennigsalle’ I was greeted by a familiar face… the Rhein, but ...
... wandering and curious students. Luckily bookings are not needed when visiting the cathedral and there is little to no waiting to get in, along with this entry is free but I would suggest taking a donation as you will be asked when you enter. I’m sure a couple of notes is worth the diversion from thirty plus impatient and energetic teen, for you sake I hope all the cycling has subdued them somewhat, especially when no amount of money could truly show ...
... Energizer Bunny of a waiter was exhausting. In the twenty-minutes that it took us to finish our beers, we observed him literally running around the restaurant to provide timely service to at least twelve tables while taking advantage of every available second to head out to the sidewalk and recruit more customers. On top of that, we heard him communicate in five different languages (German, English, French, Italian, and Spanish)! That guy clearly had some mouths to feed and was not ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking