Hoerstgener Landhotel zur Post
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... to finally meet my host family.
For now in this really short time, I have to do so many things like packing (again) my suitcase with a maximum weight of 23kg! (Don't know how I am going to do this, but I will make a plan for it) and again saying goodbye to all my love ones.
Thanks for reading and till soon!
... but I was already in tears with laughter and that just increased when he went to the bottom and still couldn't find the way out. I just imagined my whole week stuck in a carpark. Eventually we got out and went to Köln for the day. By this point in the car trip, I had remembered left and right in German and Kai had taught me to count to ten. We hopped out of the car and he asked me which way to go, to which I said left. Every time. I couldn't say right. ...
... the way around with a fantastic panorama of the city, it was a very clear day so could see for miles around.
On the subject of the weather, it was so warm for the time of year, I had taken a coat and a jumper as I thought I would be cooler than it was, I didn't wear my coat once all the time I was in Dusseldorf, it was average 23deg, I got the impression the locals were used to the weather being a little warmer as many people were walking about in coats. I ...
... my way onto the subway then onward to the hotel I had booked.
The hotel was a Courtyard by Marriott about 5 miles out of the city but was a nice easy journey. The hotel was very modern and seemed to be near to many modern buildings and big company offices, I was greeted by a concierge who directed me to the check in desk, the lady on reception was really nice and it was a very efficient check in and I was given all ...
... very productive meetings with suppliers and found a few new connections.
Here's a selection of the good, bad, and the ugly campers we saw.
BTW, Eric was hanging out for pasta last night but in order to keep his promise that he would eat what the locals eat, he had to go for sauerkraut spaghetti. It looked as bad as it sounds but he soldiered through at least half. Legend!