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Last night we shared our campsite with the lesbian society of Germany (they had flags), however they weren't the problem the odd couple pitched next to us were snoring louder than a Boeing 747 so we decided to spend most of the night sleeping outside our tent due to the extreme snorers also the 30 degree heat which didn't seem to drop until about 2am. This led to an early start which turned out to be ...
... bike paths but were easy to follow if not as smooth or wide. We cycled past the Ford factory which was huge, and churning out a lot of cars by the look of things. We soon reached a very sunny Cologne and temperatures at about 35 degrees meant we were pleased to stop. We had a quick wonder round and grabbed and ice cream before heading 3 miles down to our campsite on the Rhine! Easy enough, the only issue was having to take the tandem on to a bridge which only had stairs... ...
... bombed by the Allies during WW2. I really liked the city and again we are seeing the city in the summer and at its best time. Cologne of course is also famous for 4711 Eau de Cologne and dates back to the 18th century. We boarded buses and travelled up to Bonn where the AvaVerde had sailed to. From here the ship sailed up to Andernach. Sailing along the Rhine ...
... Museum across from our hotel was a necessary first stop! After trying some Lindt Chocolate and watching how it's made, we wondered down along the river until we got to Old Town where we saw the large cathedral, the Dom. Later we grabbed something to eat and got ready for our concert at Lanxess Arena where I sang every single word and Dylan found pleasure in drinking his beer and making friends with the people sitting around ...
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Our next stop was in Heidelberg, observing the castle on the hill above the old town, and the Altstadt in the centre of the town square. The next stop was a visit to a large stein shop, with all sorts of steins on offer, including the largest one in existance. During the day, we had also passed the Rhine River, giving me flashbacks of all those ads on tv for the ...