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Germany to the Netherlands

Bonn, Koln (Cologne) and Rotterdam

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Bonn is a delightful town and the birthplace of Beethoven. It is not dependent on tourism and as such has a laid back vibe. Kids busking on the street and some Christmas markets in the main square.

Koln is in comparison a much bigger city and has the biggest gothic facade cathedral in all of Europe. The cathedral/dome was quite dark inside however has glorious stained windows and intricate flooring. The photos on the outside show the damage sustained during WW2. Some shopping and lunch then back on the bus to Rotterdam for the evening.

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Posted by bonne vie 08:05 Archived in Germany

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