Cologne (Köln in German), built along the Rhine river, is Germany's 4th largest city with a population of approximately 1 million. Famous for the Cologne Cathedral and other historic monuments and sights, you might be led into believing there isn't more to the city than "old". You would be wrong.
From the Cologne Travel Guide
Good room...we got the "Eighties" room, stayed 3 nites there for Summerjam and everything was perfect! Will recommand it for a short stay! ... more
We had big problems with Mr Spalek. We were booked for 6 nights but cancelled one person after one night. According cancelation policies you should pay for one night extra after cancellation. Spalek refused to follow these rules and charged our credit card without any notice to us. ... more
A deadline in West Germany
We had to be in Cologne on the morning of May 3rd to catch a plane ride. This meant that we had to get from Prague to Cologne via Berlin in 3 days by train -- but there was no way we were going to pass ...
Posted in To the Old World by foltz.45
Day 4 (June 11th)
We traveled together the next day to Cologne via the trains. Some of the same problems getting out of our small town outside of Frankfurt (a bit worse because it was a Sunday), but arrived in Cologne in plenty of time. There we navigate through the sea of people, several parties and twists ...
Posted in World Cup 2006 by wc2006