City Hotel Kleve
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Home is not a place.
We become homesick because we get attached to things that we love. Which are usually things that are familiar to us like the house we grew up in. But feeling homesick can also mean something else, people who travelled or lived abroad for longer periods of time might already know where I'm going with this.
I never experienced being homesick in my life. Ever since I was a little girl I loved ...
... spotted a man sporting a full sized Russian flag. He was making reasonable progress, but labouring the steps a bit. he told us the airline had lost all his luggage, including his boots and he had had to buy everything new when he arrived in Nijmegen. He reckoned he'd lost three toenails. How he could walk that distance in new boots was amazing. I gave him the gladioli I'd been carrying, as he deserved it more than anybody else we'd met ...
... These old ladies became known as the Saggy Grandmas (Saggy being a distortion of one of their names). Hence, I was thrilled when I came across a whole gaggle of Saggy Grandmas next to the roadside. I wished my own Saggy Grandmas had been there to share some thoughts and swap walking stick news.
I walked past some inflatable cows, the perennial dancing lion, who is there every day having his ears blasted by overly loud music, and a garden full of hand-made ...
Good morning. Today is actually Tuesday and we are in a small town called Lunteren. It's 7.30 am, Paul is still asleep and it's still quite dark outside which is a little unusual. So time to catch up on more of the blog... Rewind to Sunday ... Today we left Nürnberg. We were a little sad to go considering it was such a short time here and we hadn't nearly enough time to see everything and get a feel for the place. We will have to return! But in order to ...
Visited Kleve in Germany.
Passed the Dutch City of Nijmegen. Nijmegen being the city where the Germans signed their surrender with the Allied Forces in 1945 after the battle around the bridges over the river Rijn near the city ...