CityClass Hotel Europa am Dom
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“Well, folks, looks like after about a 14 hour flight it is time to wake up and stretch your bones. Please remain seated as the plane is about to land, and welcome to Dusseldorf, Germany.” said the flight attendant with an eager smile. Kaylin and I were awakened by the sound of the passengers clapping, exclaiming how excited they are to be arriving in Germany after the half a day long flight. Jordan was still sleeping soundly, with his mouth halfway open and ...
... about a week to 10 days without having to do major laundry and as I am largely traveling a summer-route there is not much need to take heavy winter gear (which is very handy in terms of weight). Also, I am going to rely on hostels for overnight stays which means that I don't have to consider any sort of cooking equipment, sleeping bag or tent.
One great item I treated myself to in a trekking shop was a so ...
... finally make it I to the apartment at about 8. Luckily I learnt from our last trip to keep supplies handy so instead of needing to go late at night looking for milk etc I was able to unpack my emergency long life milk, pasta and tin of tomatoes to prepare dinner whilst others showered and we were at least able to eat by 9. On the plus side, the apartment is two blocks from the Cathedral and is a very nice penthouse. Thank you Baden Powell. ...
... views of the Rhine from the museum however it is noted that the outside of the museum is open to the public and the same views can be achieved with no cost if you did not want to go to the museum.
After the museum it was time to bade farewell to Marie, this was again an emotional time for us all, in particular Traci who shed a tear for two before leaving. We hope to catch up with Marie in 2015 before we return ...
... of Hofheim, super close to where he went to high school, to meet up with one of his friends at a coffee shop. I feel so unbelievably helpless here, having to ask Simon to order for me in German since all I know how to say is hello, goodbye, and how to count to ten. Luckily most people here know English, including Simon and his friend, so we were all able to talk to each other without a problem.
The city of Hofheim was very small in comparison ...