Landhotel Bosrijk Roermond
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Our day today consisted of a guided tour around the old city of Dusseldorf. We saw the longest pub and saw other buildings of historical significance. There was an amazing bakery, I didn't know there was so many ways with flour & water! We went into a knife shop where Gary picked out a pocket knife after we both decided the price was 32.00 euros - ...
... in the week. Evidently it's very important to drink alt beer in Dusseldorf - the locals are very offended if you don't. I decided it's not my favourite so I had to be quite careful about what I chose!
We enjoyed walking on the path that runs along the edge of the Rhine and watching the ships going up and down. The restaurants line the path throughout the summer and do ...
... evening. We ended up being stranded in a town in the middle of Nowhere, Germany and ended up staying the night in an odd little inn. We got up early the next morning to catch a 6:30am train and were back on our way. After a full 24 hours of traveling, we finally reached our hostel and were able to check in to our rooms at long last. It was a total fluke of a stop and although we never intended to, we added a pin in our map somewhere in northern Germany.
We've had three very full on days at Caravan Salon, Europe's biggest motorhome show. It has been my second visit and Eric's first. It still staggers me how big the show is - 2500 motorhomes and caravans, 16 halls the size of the whole indoor area at ASB Showgrounds in Auckland plus lots of outside exhibitors. As well as discovering all the latest and greatest in the motorhome world, we ...
... another day. We returned our motorhome to Bürstner in Kehl and caught a lift to the bahnhof (train station) in Offenburg. Our first leg to Dusseldorf was on the super fast ICE train. Then we switched to a regular train in Mannheim for the last leg. We got the best views of castles as the train followed the Rhein.
So here we are in Dusseldorf now ready for the biggest motorhome and caravan show in Europe which begins ...