Courtyard by Marriott Duesseldorf Hafen
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... vowed to never do exercise of the sort again? Remember when I said that?
Today I climbed the Dom. 530 steps. It's easy, they said. You won't even feel the last 150 steps, they said.
Well I can tell you I didn't feel the last 150 steps, purely because my legs were essentially NUMB at that point. Christ, it is a tall building. 149 metres if I remember correctly. Bloody hell it hurt. But, again, the view at the top was incredible and so worth it. ...
... He also recommended that we go to a place called Rosie's for breakfast. We arrived at Rosie's to find that it was actually closed until 10 so we went back and checked out the park we had passed and found a giant church before returning to get some food. Breakfast here is pretty weird. You tend to order jams, cheeses, or meat and it comes with rolls to put it on. I ended up with a bagel and lox and herbed cream cheese with a soft boiled egg on the side. ...
... menus that aren't in English is a little bit of a gamble, because you never really know 100% what you're going to get. I thought I was ordering a plate with fruit salad, bread, and scrambled eggs. What I actually ordered was a plate with fruit salad and bread (got that part right) and a Kinder egg. For anyone that doesn't know what a Kinder egg is (they're illegal in the US, so it's okay), they're chocolate eggs with ...
... markets and a windmill in which a family live. They must like all the tourists who stop by to take photos. Then after dinner ventured into Amsterdam to see the "night life" along with a lot of other people, Saturday night you couldn't move. Wall to wall people. Sunday Now safely in Paris until Wednesday when we head to Singapore. Blog is not working for me can't add any more ...
... a penny.
Take things slow, I'll "see" more and appreciate more. Don't have a destination; be in the moment. Listen to my feelings and really get in touch with what I want. I don't need to rush from one 'attraction' to the next. Fully enjoy everything. Use this time to come to terms with what I do to make myself unhappy.
Meet people. The best way to enjoy my time is to take any opportunity to begin interacting ...