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We made our way, after a quick breakfast, over to the apartment in Karlsruhe that John's mother had lived in in the late 1950's. Her first husband was stationed in Germany while serving in the US Army. The street was very pleasant and had many quaint houses and was close to shops and an S-bahn stop. We took a few pictures then made our way to the …
... played songs on an accordion all night while the locals sang along to the songs. We then went to Peter's Brauhaus which was filled with people dressed for the carnival. The beer there was amazing. After Peter's we went to the local kebab shop and had a yufkta and the guy actually baked the bread on the spot for us. We split the kebab and went to sleep not long after, ready for another ...
... I had four of these) eggs were scrambled but you could ask the chef to cook you an omelet or fried eggs, I had fruit juice, coffee and a blueberry muffin to finish with, and all in all yummy and filling, a good start to the day.
I was ready for my adventure into Dusseldorf city and asked at reception about buying a Dusseldorf travel card, this gave me unlimited travel on any public transport for three days and cost me 19€, well worth the money as ...
This was my first trip abroad for many years also the first time I have ever visited Germany.
After working 6 nights per week for nearly 5 months I decided to treat myself with the extra pay to a passport as my old one had expired 8 years ago, I then bravely made a booking to visit Dusseldorf, this was my first time out of the UK alone and not being a seasoned traveler the searching and booking flights was unfamiliar to ...
... to be super flexible. You can't hitchhike with a massive suitcase. If I lose everything I haven't lost too much.
Stay in touch with parentals so they don't worry about me.
These rules are basically to defend against the situations that I want to avoid...
Getting really sick or just generally feeling ****** either physically, emotionally or mentally. Being broke and having to get into debt. Being bored. ...