So I could actually be an intermediate tour guide for the city, Köln. From Kölner Dom to the Chocolate Museum, I've explored a number of places in between and know a bit about the insider tips on this city. Last week I went to Köln with Prabu to take him around and explore Germany's fourth-largest city. Two days after that, I went to the Cologne again with Darwin to meet up with Rumitha, her sister, Mithila and their cousin, Nivanyah. I had a good time and I bet they did too.Let's have a look at the pictures that we took!
The view of Philharmonia Cologne
Playground for kids I think...
Walking along the Rhine River in Cologne...
Chocolate Museum from afar...
Student rate for the chocolate museum is 6 Euros..
The main attraction of the Chocolate Museum, the chocolate fountain!
To read more about the chocolate museum, click on my previous post here.
Njam njam chocolate coated wafer...
The view of the Rhein from the chocolate museum
Here you get to see the mould used to shape chocolates
Prabu and I on top of the chocolate museum
Penat berjalan kitorunk stop makan pizza jap...njam njam
Rathaus a.k.a Town hall Cologne
Spot the unexpected!
Drinking apple caramel macchiato while overlooking the street of Neumarkt, Cologne
Hard Rock Cafe
Abang Hard Rock baik hati bagi kitorunk John Lennon "Imagine there's no hunger" bracelet..
Campfire Diva Style...kau hado?
Our guests, Mithila and Nivanyah