Burns Art Hotel Duesseldorf
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- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... that was dominated by the bat.I think this, along with our fielding, again at a level above everyone else,was the difference. Credit to Lehman's leadership and to Clarke's use of the bowlers on the field.
But back to Europe; yes, my time in Cologne suffered a little here as I used the maximum check out time to midday to get my cricket fix (how civilized is that ?). The Cologne Cathedral is a very dominating and imposing building. This one ...
... for. The whole class was in German, but dance is such an international language that I understood the whole class anyway. Even the counting...because I can count now. So proud. We finished his dance class with a waltz which I was allowed to join in on...and I got it! After that we went back to his place where the slightly delirious me got to meet his mum and sister - both of whom are gorgeous and so kind. I did have to excuse myself then because I was ...
... Jake, the measuring bag boy, had a fantastic impression of me. And rest assured, it didn't get any more normal as the night progressed. We went through security, looked for tea and at 3:40am settled down for an English Breakfast. Please realise at this point, that I haven't slept since 9am yesterday morning. I was slightly mad, bordering on very mad and we were talking about our families ...
... place you can't stand still in as you just get carried along with the crowds.
I was making my way to Dusseldorf Hafen, this is the media harbour a rejuvenated area of once docklands now hosts the media and the Rhine Tower, the old harbour buildings have been updated into offices or accommodation, I can imagine it would be an expensive place to live.
I went up the Rhine Tower, I think it was 3€ for a ride up in the lift and when up there you can ...
I was staying at the Ibis Hotel right in the Düsseldorf Hauptbahnhof because it was the simplest option. The Ibis chain has had something of a facelift lately; A move away from that horrible orange colour scheme. Bigger, more comfortable beds. A wider selection of channels on the TV, including some obscure ones I watch (Arirang! NHK World!). The downside is that they now charge for Wi-Fi access. And having stumped up €9.00 for ...