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... in the car toward town te sun decided to make it's presence known. We parked, got the baby buggy out and walked along the Rhine river waterfront into the old town of the city. Not a lot happens in Dusseldorf before 11 am as the streets were quite empty, or perhaps it was simply the expectation of bad weather. Nevertheless it worked well for our purposes. We strolled all along old town and eventually into a more modern downtown, occasionally stopping along the way for ...
... a bit of work by Rubens, who was born near Cologne, and who had been commissioned to do paintings for a number of the local churches. The top floor was mainly 19th and 20th century works, most of them based around the theme of paintings of cathedrals, which mean that they had series of five Rouen cathedral paintings by Monet (Rouen) and four paintings by Alfred Sisley (who was another impressionist) ...
... 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.
... symbolic roman, complete with toga. It wasn't till later that I realised that the formally dressed young lady crying through her speech was the outgoing wine princess. Saw the incoming wine princess with her two attendants, all very formally decked out, and thats when the penny dropped. Must have been a very good drop/year.
The crowds just ...
... br> moulds to make the hollow chocolate and the machinery that lint used to make
the chocolate. This was really cool as it is a working mini factory so we got
to see all the parts come together and make little rectangles of chocolate.
The next part was upstairs where there was more information
on moulds and wrappers.
There was also a make your own chocolate part where you
could pick and choose what bits to place into the ...