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... drink, feeding or errand. We got lunch at a nice Thai cafe, which only seemed appropriate since we originally met in Southeast Asia. Dusseldorf is a nice town, big enough to be cosmopolitan, yet small enough to be manageable, and has both modern amenities and old world charm. It also is fairly pretty at the ground level with the river running through it and thousands of trees everywhere.
After picking up Lucas from school we headed back home and visited some ...
... was done and we had returned to the hotel and ironed it, we went to a nearby restaurant for a meal. We drank beer, as it had been a relatively warm day and we hadn’t drunk a lot. Marion had a herring salad that she didn’t’ like much, but David had a lamb shank (minus the bone) stew. After dinner, we went of a little walk and found Marion
a creme brulee ice-cream to make up for her disappointing ...
Did our own self guided walking tour of the historic area. Past fountains, statues and majestic buildings, through ancient market squares, quirky streets, churches and the town hall, and into a brewery pub or two.
Came across the equestrian statue of the Prussian King, Friedrich Wilhelm III of Ehrenbreitstein Fortress fame.
... Belgium chip place.
We then walked around town again, checking out the different market and festival stalls.
It looked like it was starting to rain, so we headed back to the hostel.
We packed up and then hung out until dinner. Maggie wanted nachos for dinner again so we got it and made nachos. We hung out and then went to bed.
... and it was really nice socialising with a group of people my own age who were actually German! I also tried sushi for the first time – the soup we ate wasn’t quite to my taste, as it was quite jelly-like *shudders* but the sushi rolls were yummy (various rice parcels wrapped in seaweed with crab, salmon and cucumber in the middle) and Glasnudeln (glass noodles) were tasty too – tiny, thin noodles made from a transparent brown food ...