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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... of this dish but his selection thanks to Paul's help was Lamb Bhuna which he enjoyed.
We were also lucky to stay with and enjoy the wonderful hospitality of Mark (Luke's Godfather) where Luke tried Pulled Pork for the first time and enjoyed this, however he did not add salad to this.
Starbucks has also supplied us with coffee as I'm sorry you cannot get a good coffee in the UK ...
... get back from the Cathedral visit with no parking fine before thinking we were winners. Happy to report we did hit the Jackpot.
You all know the McCranor's like a bit of competition and it was another Cathedral with more stairs then the last. The Kolner Dom is Germany's tallest and with 533 steps was going to be a good chase. The thing is not only are these steep but also very narrow, basically you are squeezing past the people coming down as the ...
Today we cruised the famous stretch of the Rhine River with its many castles. No other river in the world has a greater concentration of castles than the Rhine between Koblenz and Bigen. We also passed the Loreley Rock where the Rhine has its narrowest and deepest stretch. After arriving in Andernach we went by bus to Burg ...
... Valley. Driving along the Rhine Valley was incredibly beautiful and quaint. The weather has become quite chilly now, so we can finally wear all our winter clothes we overpacked! Almost everyone on the tour has now caught the legendary Contiki Cough, which has made the bus trips quite difficult and impossible not to get it. We got to explore the little village of St Goar and went to Beer Stein, Cuckoo Clock and Birkenstock shops. After quite a simple dinner, we went ...
... br> The museum, called the 'Haus der Deutschen Geschichte' was a train ride away along the 'museum mile', and the exhibitions were about the role of the USA in Germany and Germany itself since the end of the war. It was all very interesting, and we especially enjoyed reading a manual that was given to American soldiers coming to Germany after the war, explaining that "there will be no fraternization ...