CVJM Hotel (YMCA Hotel)
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Very good and highly recommended, best place in our 3 city trip
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... at once. It's more calming. So it took me a couple of days to get used to the variety around me, the fast walking pace, the bicylces, trains, street musicians, grumpy faces, beggers, giant buildings. What instantly made me happy were all the different greens! The pine trees, the smells, the flowers, the squirrel (though they have 'em in Sanur), baker shops, wide meadows and forests with shiny bugs, the sunshine, the bread and ...
... I tend to tune out of as my head is swimming with dates and names of old royalty we head down for dinner. We had a great time with our friends at dinner with lots of laughs. Our bus ride to the castle was a little warm as the driver did not know how to turn off the heater for the first 45 minutes of our journey, leaving plenty of people hot under the ...
... railings and parked along the street and at the station. People riding to and from work, shops, visiting etc. Even in business suits or dresses. Even on the phone, with no hands, or carrying all of the shopping home. Lots of customised bikes too... Prams or carts on the front, bikes with two seats and one set of pedals... Fun to see - and there is no dawdling - it's GO or STOP. We had to be very alert at the road ...
Today we explored a little of the city before we left Dusseldorf. I wanted to show Eric the 'altstadt' (old town), especially the riverside. We took the tram into the city centre (always a challenge trying to figure out how to use public transport in a city you don't know when you don't read the language. Fortunately, there's at least one friendly man in Germany and he takes the ...
... how many Germans I've ****** off when I can listen to the unusual mixture of English songs dominating the German radio stations. I can even open up the sun roof if I so fancy!
One night I noticed a bunch of people, young and loud, old and homeless, also those appearing homeless but not actually (another story). They had one thing in common. They were sitting on steps overlooking the Rhine and getting there drink on. ...