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... a beautiful part of Düsseldorf with multiple trees, bushes, plants, birds, and an incredible water stream that illuminated the scenery even more. "Wow, this is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen.", exclaimed Jordan. “I'll say. I've been coming down here since I was merely four years old. Now I'm 75 and still find it fascinating to this day.", said a man with a thick German accent. The man wore a long T-shirt, baggy trousers, and a hat that embraced his ...
... to the front of your large trekking backpack. This keeps your hands free and your valuables in-sight.
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Over ten years in scouts taught me to Be Prepared. Thank god for that and the memory of what can and did go wrong on the way to Monaco 18 months ago. So the plan was to check out at 10.30 and taxi to airport, check in 11 am for 1 pm flight to Cologne. Get to the apartment around 3 in time for some sightseeing before dinner. What really happened: packed and ready early by 10, which was good because the taxi was 15 minutes early. All good ...
Today we visited a cold and windy Cologne, when we arrived it was -5 and did not get over 0 all day. The trip back to Cologne brought back very fond memories for Traci and Nathan who were last in this beautiful city in 1999. They were both excited to show Kate and Roy this beautiful city and its famous Cathedral. However the most 'exciting' part for the whole family was the opportunity to catch up with Marie our host ...
... we ended up in an art museum. The museum was about seven stories tall and had a neat installation on the top floor. The center of the museum is open and there was a net strung across from side to side. People were able to take turns walking across the net. It seemed pretty cool to walk so high up in the air and be able to look straight down.
We did not walk on the net because I think we supposed to pay to be in the museum and we didn't want to push our ...