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... I look forward to taking him out in the States for something much more authentic whenever he is able to come by to visit me!
Seemingly just as soon as I arrived I found myself saying goodbye already and reversing my short walk to the tram platform, the train station and back down the Rhine river valley toward Switzerland to meet my family in Zurich. Another day of trams, trains and stations...just hopefully no more grumpy ticket agents!
... same church. The audio commentary that we had of the cathedral paintings talked about how the painters developed and adapted their style to the conditions by doing the same painting repeatedly.
After our visit there we had a spot of afternoon tea in the gallery cafe and then wandered around that part of Cologne a bit to find a U-Bahn to get us back to the hotel. During the process, we found a large tent built ...
... and wouldn't move till the relics of St Apollarinus were moved to the church on the hill.
Anyway, back to Cologne Cathedral. There is evidence of a church at this site from the 4th C onwards. The current Cathedral was commenced in 1248 as the relics of the Three Magi drew the faithful in pilgrimmages from across Europe. Begun in 1248, for a variety of reasons, ...
... bigger. All the smart people had arrived much earlier and snagged themselves a table. Not too enthused about the food from the stalls, so headed into the closest pub for a delicious schnitzel instead.
The stall next to our bikes had freshly sugared almonds, so munched on those as we cycled home. We then had to drop the bikes off.....locked up and key into the key drop, before walking back to our hotel.
... It is
traditionally believed to hold the remains of the Three Wise Men, whose relics were acquired by Frederick Barbarossa at the conquest of Milan in 1164. The shrine takes the form a large reliquary