Ibis Koeln Messe
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... screens where each car will be I relation to the engine, the platform where the train will be and at what time. One of the variables will usually be wrong.
And so it was for this train. No big deal really but we figured we knew where our car would be but another train was attached to ours so it screwed up the numbering. Nonetheless we found our car and our seats and the train depart do. Time at 5:55pm.
I watches the speed which reached 300kph at a few ...
... warmth from a coffee mug trying to preserve the liquid until I had another sauce of heat. Once that source arrived I was absolutely mesmerised by the individual stands of light that had broken past the clouds and horizon:
After an entire hour of relaxation, and constant epiphanies of how lucky, and fortunate I am to be able to travel as part of my job ...
... I was doing this my bags were already being placed in the trunk of the taxi, and off I went. The drive to Dusseldorf was slightly awkward as I chose to sit in the front seat of the taxi and there was hardly any conversation which was a mistake on my behalf, it’s not like the driver could sit anywhere else. Once I arrived at my hotel, the ‘Wyndham Garden Dusseldorf City Centre Koennigsalle’ I was greeted by a familiar face… the Rhein, but ...
... to get some fresh ‘sea air,’ as the Rhine does actually connect to the sea in the north and ends in Switzerland. Cycling really woke me up and snapped me out of the slight jet lag I was experiencing.
The tour was beautifully set up allowing, us to ride through well-travelled paths and tracks so participants don’t need a high level of skill. This would be a very good activity for students and riders of all levels, although I’m ...
Walking behind the cathedral like a group of schoolkids we entered the town square, which housed the museum and St. Martins church. The town hall is under renovation and underneath the foundations they have found some roman building remains, almost 10 meters below existing levels.
We walked along the waterfront to the old fishmarkets. A retractable ...