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... mighty river until I boarded the train for Koblenz. The Cathedral seats the Archbishop and was founded in the first century AD. It was the Roman Capital of Germania. There is much information to indicate that it is considered the cultural capital of the Rhineland.During the war it had the daylights bombed out of it.
And remember........."Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world." Gustave Flaubert
... but I was already in tears with laughter and that just increased when he went to the bottom and still couldn't find the way out. I just imagined my whole week stuck in a carpark. Eventually we got out and went to Köln for the day. By this point in the car trip, I had remembered left and right in German and Kai had taught me to count to ten. We hopped out of the car and he asked me which way to go, to which I said left. Every time. I couldn't say right. ...
... Jake, the measuring bag boy, had a fantastic impression of me. And rest assured, it didn't get any more normal as the night progressed. We went through security, looked for tea and at 3:40am settled down for an English Breakfast. Please realise at this point, that I haven't slept since 9am yesterday morning. I was slightly mad, bordering on very mad and we were talking about our families ...
... around the town then out and sorted camping ground . Went to the MIDDLE-RHINE rock climb (this is a Unesco World Heritage area ) next to the chair lift .there are 2 ways (1 1/2 km )up the hill either via the rocks (this has 10 ladders 130foot holds 180 metres of steel rope )or up steep hill. We went looking for rock climb but only found 1 part of it 1/2way up chair lift trail .great view from the top ...
... also chatted a lot. Once we got to Cologne, I called Colleen (my friend who lives in Cologne) and she said she would meet us at the cathedral in 20 minutes. We went into the cathedral and had a look around, but there was a mass going on, so we couldn't see too much. After looking around, we met Colleen and went to lunch. We went to a place with a large menu (with 10 of us it was the best option) and all had a round of Koelsch, the local ...