Kolon, Germany

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    worldtravelerroxy
    03 May 2020
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    I went to Cologne to see Jay and Bey in their On the Run tour. I arrived in cologne via ICE train and it was nice. What would have been a 2 hour drive took me only an hour. Upon exiting the station you are at the cathedral which is one of two things I was told would be good there.

    Stayed a Courtyard Marriott very close to the train station. We did have a fire alarm and had to exit the hotel while it was like 85 degrees out! Lawd! But I took the chance to pose a bit lol!
    I enjoyed the concert. I felt like they both stand as artist on their own and promoted each other accordingly and then did duet types of things. Surprisingly it was more than two hours long. One thing I dislike about Germany is they are always charging a pfand (fee) for a glass or plate so you will return it. Well they did the same at the concert which is fine but my rub is that they wanted the cup back if you returned for a pop or whatever. Fail! I wanted more than one cup! Mess! Oh well.

    After the show we headed back because most people had to work the next day but I was off! Happy 4th! The next day Ama and I went for breakfast at a little cafe and our waiter was awesome! Shout out BOSSE! We walked around the city a bit and went inside the cathedral! It’s gorgeous and truly does rival Paris Notre Dame which I have seen before several times! Blessings I tell you. All in all a good trip and cute little city! Grateful to even explore the country where I live.

    I did have a couple of incidents. Smh! My life sometimes. One lady asked me for money, I didn’t give it and she proceeded to act like she was going to spit on me! Jesus take the wheel because if it had landed on me I would be asking to blog from jail! Then…on my train coming home I walk up to the lady in my seat and I say ‘hi there this is my seat’ she looks and me and says ‘oh this is your seat, what’s the seat number’ me: just move, this information printed above the seat means it’s reserved! Her mama stared at me the whole ride home. That’s fine cause I’m gorgeous!

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    TravelingDushi
    14 Mar 2020
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    Cologne is a great city! I visited in December for the Christmas market and loved it. There are 7 of them in the city and each with their own unique theme. My favorite was the Cathedral Christmas market because it had a stage covered with Christmas lights where people performed some famous Christmas carols. I loved eating all the delicious food and drinks available such as bratwurst, glühwein, reibekuchen (potato pancakes) and Lumumba (hot chocolate with rum). My advice is to explore the city during the day and then visit the Christmas market at night when it’s magical with all the beautiful lights.

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    Jai_Aliana
    30 Sep 2019
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    I planned a month stay in Germany with low expectations. With that being said,y visit far exceeded what I expected.
    My AirBnB was less than $500 for a month stay. I know I wasn’t paying the train fees correctly but I didn’t spend more than $5 both ways for myself and my child (I couldn’t figure out the pay and never was questioned so it was probably way more).
    While there, we visited the Chocolate Museum, did a castle tour, and made some impromptu visits to festivals and events we didn’t know about – we just followed the crowds.
    In the area we stayed, food prices were inexpensive, on the downtown area they were a bit more.
    Overall, the price was decent if you’re traveling on a budget.

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    amagugu
    24 Jul 2018
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    Did lots of shopping, visited the dome, the famous Catholic cathedral, took a boat on the huge Rhine River.

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