Seminaris Hotel Bad Honnef
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- Non-smoking hotel
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- Pets allowed
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After Trier, we headed to Cologne to see the cathedral. Cologne is a big city and we had a heck of time finding the parking and then lugging our stuff into the hotel--a little stressful :). Once we got settled, we headed straight to the cathedral. It's a bit like the grand canyon in that you can't appreciate just how big it is until you experience in person. I couldn't get far enough back to get the ...
... finally make it I to the apartment at about 8. Luckily I learnt from our last trip to keep supplies handy so instead of needing to go late at night looking for milk etc I was able to unpack my emergency long life milk, pasta and tin of tomatoes to prepare dinner whilst others showered and we were at least able to eat by 9. On the plus side, the apartment is two blocks from the Cathedral and is a very nice penthouse. Thank you Baden Powell. ...
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After the Cathedral Maire took us to a nice Croation restaurant on the river front where we all enjoyed a meal of traditional Croation food which was a first for us all. After lunch we moved onto the Lindt Chocolate Museum. This place was packed and is apparently the place to visit on a cold Sunday afternoon. The museum was interesting and we even had the opportunity of walking into an ...
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Bonn is a modern history city. It first made headlines in 1770 when Ludwig van Beethoven was born in a house in the city centre. The house is now preserved as his official museum although Beethoven composed most of his famous works during his time in Vienna. Bonn’s next big step didn’t really happen until after the war, when it became the capital of West Germany in 1949. Then it was the headquarters of the Deutsche Post ...
... detour from the Rhine "inland" to the suburb of Bonn where I grew up, saying hello to my street and to my parents in their final resting place. Going back there is a good reason to go back to Bonn, probably one of the most provincial capitols in the world (well, it is no more as the aspiration for grandeur moved the capitol to Berlin ... It was great at Natalie met me in Bonn when I arrived , so good to see her again. Although we kept in ...