Airport Hotel by The New Yorker
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... which came in a small (0.2L) skinny glass. After lunch, we went to the cathedral and took some pictures. We then found the sightseeing train over to the chocolate museum and we explored the shop and the views to the river. After the museum, we went back to the room to recharge after a long day. Later we headed to Papa Joe's which was a quirky little bar with all kinds of collectibles and even a ...
... I had four of these) eggs were scrambled but you could ask the chef to cook you an omelet or fried eggs, I had fruit juice, coffee and a blueberry muffin to finish with, and all in all yummy and filling, a good start to the day.
I was ready for my adventure into Dusseldorf city and asked at reception about buying a Dusseldorf travel card, this gave me unlimited travel on any public transport for three days and cost me 19€, well worth the money as ...
This was my first trip abroad for many years also the first time I have ever visited Germany.
After working 6 nights per week for nearly 5 months I decided to treat myself with the extra pay to a passport as my old one had expired 8 years ago, I then bravely made a booking to visit Dusseldorf, this was my first time out of the UK alone and not being a seasoned traveler the searching and booking flights was unfamiliar to ...
... We also noticed that we crossed more bodies of water, crossed more highways with car traffic and took note of the large church spires that were tall and noticeable by train. At some of the cities our train went through, there were as many as 10 train tracks. Once again, the graffiti is everywhere, and very little goes untagged. I mostly notice graffiti that says, "RADAR" or "ZEEK" in big bold letters that span about 4 feet. From this train, we ...
... rest, we headed out to a new quarter of town and discovered a row of pubs and eateries. We sat down to have a beer, and the sky opened up and it poured down rain, complete with wind and thunder and lightning. We stuck it out and it lasted only about half an hour. I've been sleeping for about four hours and woke up to post the blog. I'll be happy to sleep another several hours before we start our day of exploring our first city on the Rhine. Cheers!