Rheinhotel Dresen

Rheinstrasse 45-49, 53179 Bonn, Rees, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rheinstrasse 45-49, 53179 Bonn, Rees.
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Travel Blogs from Rees

Germany/Cologne/Rhine Cruise

A travel blog entry by diarter on Sep 03, 2014

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On our way to Cologne. We were warned about pickpockets when we arrived in Amsterdam and to watch our bags by the Tour Director. Drama began before we left. Having boarded the coach,Tour Director approached by a man who had a leather wallet of keys and showed him where he found them other side of bus. Nobody on bus claimed the keys and they were left at hotel reception desk. Just after coach left hotel Tour Director discovered his bag was missing ...

Day Thirteen - Avalon Felicity/Cologne

A travel blog entry by coconroco on Aug 22, 2014

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After a restless night, we woke up and tagged on the end of a late brekky buffet. Small brekky today,.

Back to the cabin for our tidy up and get ready to walk the streets of Cologne. The highlight of walking into Cologne was the Cathedral. This so far was the best cathedral. Huge and magnificent doesn't begin to cover it, the size and outlook of the building could only describe it as imposing and impressive. Inside did not disappoint.

Lots of shops in ...

Bicycles, cheese and "coffee shops"

A travel blog entry by ros711 on Aug 19, 2014

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... themselves cost as much as , or even more than, a house to buy. And there are bikes absolutely everywhere. The population of Amsterdam is about 700,000 but there are supposedly over one million bikes. There are parking stations that can hold over 3,000 bikes at once. We then went to a cheese tasting, and sampled all sorts of variations of Gouda. I was particularly fond of the garlic and ...

Walking without Blisters

A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Jul 15, 2014

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... of a potential language barrier. I did talk to the Worcestershire air cadets, one of whom has a cousin living a dozen doors from my house in the same tiny village.

Despite a lack of spring in my step and general aches and pains (I really hadn't trained enough), I made it to the finish by 3.35pm and sat down to watch the in coming hikers. Once rested, I staggered back for a welcome shower and home cooked food.
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Open Air Museum

A travel blog entry by misneach on Apr 25, 2014

Early start today so we could drive out to open air museum. In 1912 a group of private individuals who were concerned about increasing industrialisation and urbanisation threatening The Netherlands rich heritage of traditions and regional diversity set up an open air museum in Arnhem, and over the years and through some trials and tribulations (circa WWII) it is now a very large ...