Seminaris Hotel Bad Honnef
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Pets allowed
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... as they all have domed tops from when the molten lava was trapped inside the hill rather than erupting. This volcanic range is dormant but not extinct. Up on the hills, which we accessed on a cog and tooth train, there was a magnificent view and also Drachenburg Castle. This could more accurately be called a "folly" than a castle. Stephen Sarter was born the youngest son of a Bonn innkeeper in 1833. Following his apprenticeship at a bank and several ...
... didn't take long as there is not a lot to see apart from the castle. After the walking tour we went up the hill in mini vans for a castle tour. Cochem, with a population of 6,000 inhabitants, is probably the most visited village along the Moselle River. More than half the houses were destroyed in WWII when the railway which runs along the river was bombed. Because the mountains around here are black slate, there is a law that all roofs must be ...
... t start until 1st April, the river was still alive with the occasional River Cruise (you know the European River Cruises bizzo) and flat topped cargo barges that seems to glide quietly past. What an efficient and effective way to move cargo from one end of Europe to the other.I guess we don't have the volume of water in our rivers to do this effectively.
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... have left me enough time to grab a wurst for dinner and have a quick walk around to see the city at night. We left Bonn on time and passed through one station....and then we stopped. No problem, I reasoned. I have ages until my train; the delay can't be that bad. The conductor came over the announcement system and said something in German about the tracks, eliciting a collective groan for the train. We sat. We sat some more. We ...
... about a 2 hour trip. As we exited the city we pulled into a rest stop for food and gas. I could not figure out how to work the machine to pay for the gas, and finally went in to find out it was because I already had the pump in the car. We grabbed some food and drinks and back in the car. Melissa got a chocolate stuffed croissant (or Napoleon as she called them in Spain), Devin a chocolate covered waffle, and I the ...