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... in the car toward town te sun decided to make it's presence known. We parked, got the baby buggy out and walked along the Rhine river waterfront into the old town of the city. Not a lot happens in Dusseldorf before 11 am as the streets were quite empty, or perhaps it was simply the expectation of bad weather. Nevertheless it worked well for our purposes. We strolled all along old town and eventually into a more modern downtown, occasionally stopping along the way for ...
... for visiting Aachen (known in French as Aix-la-Chapelle) is to see the famous cathedral where the Emperor Charlemagne was crowned on Christmas Day 800 AD, and where he was buried (with his bones exhumed and placed in a gold sarcophagus in the 13th century), after he had been canonised (made a saint). It was a 20 minute plus walk from the station and so to save time, we caught a bus into the middle of the old ...
... potato. He loved it ( thanks Eckard) while I stuck to the tried and true schnitzel. After dinner across the road into Papa Joes, a well know jazz club. That night it was probably more blues/rock, with a gutsy female vocalist. Very casual looking, but boy, could she sing. In the breaks, she was out on the street smoking and drinking. Fortunately my feet knew the way home.
... Belgium chip place.
We then walked around town again, checking out the different market and festival stalls.
It looked like it was starting to rain, so we headed back to the hostel.
We packed up and then hung out until dinner. Maggie wanted nachos for dinner again so we got it and made nachos. We hung out and then went to bed.
... just how many differences I noticed, and it was very useful to have this week to get used to another school system, especially as my grammar school education was very strict in comparison!
This week I also observed my first non-bilingual class, which was very interesting as there is a stark difference between the two levels! I would definitely want my child to be in a bilingual class if I were a parent! I think the major difference ...