Travel Blogs from Cologne
... at 50c 70c and at most €1.
Most restaurant's cafe that you eat in charge you too and the prices doesnt always suit the price. Some have machine you put money in and some have a lady or man sitting there to collect your money some self clean and there are ones that turn the toilet seat around and has a little tap that cleans it as it ...
... it was maybe 500 feet away! so me and david made our way to the cathedral passing some sort of gay/aids/crazy outfits parade. It was crazy crowded and a little unnerving. But I only saw two naked men thankfully. Anyway the cathedral is pretty amazing an free! Course it was Sunday... But we couldn't walk around much either.... But if you have to stop in koln hbf it's right outside! Then we got McDonald's and got on the next train to ...
... streets but soon back on to the river
Lovely water front city getting ready for the Dusseldorf triathlon on sunday city will be closed and also french food festival sounds good we will be there.
Then on to Kaisersworth unpacked turned washing machine on.
Great week and about to rain and rain on the forecast for weekend
Leaving early Monday am for Berlin have booked a city cycle for Monday pm takes you to all the important places .
... had fillet pork large meals
Then home to watch the Chilean Brazil game what a nail biting game then skyped Nicola
She texted david said we were on so then he skype long chat then checked our skyoe and a video of Scarlett fraser jocelyn Pyper saying happy birthday and that they had tried to get us so got them another long chat.
So really an amazing fun ...
My journey from Nuremberg to Cologne is by far the most pleasant train journey I have ever experienced. I used the ICE train which is the faster and much more expensive train, but I have a German rail card so it makes no difference to me! I even managed to sleep a little!
When I arrived at Cologne station, I was greeted by some rain and the most intimidating building I have ever see, Cologne Cathedral.
You've probably gathered by now that I ...