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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was full with Mercedes, BMWs, Audis from some distances away. I took some photos around the airfield for nostalgic purposes. The arena and curling rink at Baden appear to be operating as well. The former PMQ patch is a going concern. We had hoped to have lunch in Hugelsheim at either the Schwann or the Hirsch but both are temporarily closed. We had a great meal at the Grunner Baum across from the Schwann. We have been seeing a lot of such temporary closures. ...
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There was entertainment in the bar. A violinist and a pianist and a MC...not sure why they needed a MC, maybe no English?? They were very good, I wish Sue Ball was here to tell us - because I know they were not symphony caliber but very good musicians, and this job gives them a chance to do what they love. Make a living? Not sure about that...although there are many, many tourists.
Early this morning, about 4.30, we sailed passed Frankfurt and onto Cologne, berthing at about 1pm. We opted for the city walking tour which was about 1.5 hour duration. We learnt about the history of Cologne, or Koln as it is called in Germany. With a population of 1 million, it's the 4th biggest city in Germany (behind Berlin, Hamberg, Munich). The Romans established a settlement at this location on the Rhine about 2000 years ago and it has has continuous settlement ever ...
... he can take to his apartments in Frankfurt and China where he works and lives.Like I said, a bitter sweet experience. The next three days were spent getting to know the Rhineland from a residents perspective. Boy turned out to be the perfect host, driver and interpretor. To start with, each morning he walked to the local bakery to pick up fresh rolls for our European style breakfast...pre-ordered before our arrival!. First stop, ...
... via google and Susanne) we found out that the choice of Bonn was made mainly due to the advocacy of West Germany's first chancellor, Konrad Adenauer, a native of Bonn. This was despite the fact that Frankfurt already had most of the required facilities and using Bonn was estimated to be much more expensive than using Frankfurt. One theory is that Adenauer intended for Berlin to become the ...