Cologne & Bonn Videos

When you exit the train station, you immediately stumble upon the Gothic dome. We’ve left Bonn and I’ve dragged my cousin Santana along for the ride. It’s been rain all day so Eau de Cologne is a fitting title for this episode and since we’re here let’s start with the dome.

The former capital of Germany has lots to offer – even after the move of the German Government to Berlin – for example the Museum Mile, a line up of the most interesting museums. The Münsterbasilika, the Aldstat, the fact that Cologne is about 30 minutes away. All that is cool but for me…what makes Bonn special, it’s the fact that awesome & beautiful cousin goes to school here and we get to hang out.

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