Hotel Im Wasserturm
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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Brought brekky this morning at the Cologne railway station because we discovered they have lovely yogurt and muesli. Then we went shopping. I bought a pair of German shoes, made in Hamburg, for $52! Rosanne bought a very comfortable pair of new season shoes for a little more. While we were in the hotel lounge this morning we overheard a group of Brits on a coach tour being corralled into where they needed to go by their super efficient tour guide and made a ...
... the past as well as the modern. It was probably all the rage back in the day. It was nice weather, the best we've had so far so we walked along the esplanade. The Rhine is a lovely river and we saw boats like the one we are about to board tomorrow for our cruise. In the afternoon we watched a film about the Cologne cathedral and then walked around the cathedral. It is simply huge and we could easily have spent a day exploring it. We discovered one stained glass ...
Found unbelievable bargain at a 5* Hotel. & couldn't resist. To put it into context the breakfast cost 50% of the room rate! We didn't have breakfast! Even better, parking was also extra but as GG was too tall for their underground car park, we had to park with the smart cars in front of the Hotel at no charge. Hilarious!
sun shining again, so ...
... still hungry Ha Ha Ha.
WOW what a schorcher it turned out to be, cruising from Cologne was nice ans sunny but with a cool breeze lovely, arrived in Koblenz at lunchtime, after hearing some information for the Hotel Manager on all the facilities, Sarah and Tim the guides told us what there was to,do and see in Koblenz. This afternoon is free and we decided to take the cable car up to,the fort to get some shots of the town and winding river but by 2oclock ...
... Then we went to, strangely, one of the best parties I have ever had the pleasure of being invited to.
It started on the streets, a group of maybe 30 of their close friends and neighbours plus the kids - SO cute, all dressed up as witches and skeletons and princesses. We perused the streets of Sindorf, trick-or-treating, sharing beers, eating the children's candy. Then we retired to one of the neighbours' houses for food, wine, and more wine. And ...