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... last trip to Europe, met her then boyfriend Carlos and stayed with them both in Madrid. Now they are married and have two young children: Lucas, who is 3, and Alba, who just turned one.
Once my train pulled into Dusseldorf station I disembarked, walked across the labyrinth of an underground station and found the tram line that would take me out to their neighborhood. While this should have been quite easy, for some reason the ticketing machines in the ...
... several places selling fruit, muesli and yoghurt and we even managed to find a decaf
cappuchino which was a great start to our day. We caught a train to Aachen - about an hour away and enjoyed reading our books on the way. The trains are very easy to relax in and we took a few photos of some interesting graffiti and villages as we raced past, as well as finally getting a shot of a solar panel farm.
... potato. He loved it ( thanks Eckard) while I stuck to the tried and true schnitzel. After dinner across the road into Papa Joes, a well know jazz club. That night it was probably more blues/rock, with a gutsy female vocalist. Very casual looking, but boy, could she sing. In the breaks, she was out on the street smoking and drinking. Fortunately my feet knew the way home.
Saturday 20th September 2014
Today we slept in and took our time. It was our lazy day.
We got up and had some breakfast. We ordered a beehive pastry and a quiche to share.
The beehive cake was nothing like back at home. It tasted pretty bad, we could not finish it. The quiche was great.
We then walked around town looked at the ...
... and go along for the ride?
When travelling in a group – Can you agree to split up so you can actually go where you want to go?... With no hard feelings?
Keep in mind that wherever you go and whatever you do you can have a really great experience… Each moment is up to you.
Play around with lots of ideas, try not to commit to anything specific until you have a good general idea of where, why, who is going, how long for, when to go & ...