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Last night we shared our campsite with the lesbian society of Germany (they had flags), however they weren't the problem the odd couple pitched next to us were snoring louder than a Boeing 747 so we decided to spend most of the night sleeping outside our tent due to the extreme snorers also the 30 degree heat which didn't seem to drop until about 2am. This led to an early start which turned out to be ...
... bike paths but were easy to follow if not as smooth or wide. We cycled past the Ford factory which was huge, and churning out a lot of cars by the look of things. We soon reached a very sunny Cologne and temperatures at about 35 degrees meant we were pleased to stop. We had a quick wonder round and grabbed and ice cream before heading 3 miles down to our campsite on the Rhine! Easy enough, the only issue was having to take the tandem on to a bridge which only had stairs... ...
... is green and lush. Constantly you see vineyard's growing up the sides of hills and castles everywhere. For dinner we left the ship to travel to Namedy Castle. The castle is owned by a Princess and is opened to the APT group for viewing and dinner. During the evening a pianist from the Cologne university came and played. It was a great evening!
Doug and Leah
... 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 ...
... something along the lines of "where you go when you're screwed because we made you late" and behind that desk await enough staff to process the angry passengers quickly.
In case you're wondering, I originally booked my flight to Dusseldorf 1) because it was cheaper 2) because it sounded cool and 3) because I was supposed to meet a friend there, but that failed miserably.