Travel Blogs from Arcen
... we'll to be honest not too sure we're it actually was, anyway we have another big meal that was a struggle to finish. After lunch we looked at some Anabell fresh market potatoes and some other varieties the grower had, some looked quite good. Back into the car and to the airport as we fly from Dusseldorf - Amsterdam - Edinburgh tonight then to finish a drive up to ...
... with cars zipping here there. Made good time and at the hotel at about 6 pm. We then thought Dusseldorf Center would be a good place for a meal and it was, a massive area of restaurants. Tried the pig knuckle, and well it was about 3 meals, massive and Duncan could hardly eat any, indigestion should kick in about mid night. Had a wee wonder around the city of a lovely summer evening, all very ...
... could come from this kind of work, and this exact feeling had changed the ennui faced with leaving to the complete opposite of excitement and eagerness to make a difference once I hit Australian Soil. The day before I left I took some photos of the campus and accommodation while I still had time and the light was good.
We visited the Cuckoo clock shop with the largest cuckoo clock in teh world. Then we took a boat cruise down the Rhine to our hotel.
Fun facts about Rhine Valley:
- Rhine is the longest river in Germany
- Very wealthy area
- Known for wine
- has 40 hilltop castles
... but it was a much more enjoyable experience. I missed airman David and his company, but I did chat to a British policewoman I'd seen earlier in the week, a guy that distributes potatoes and some air cadets. I also got squeezed between some Dutch and Danish troops (lucky me!) and generally pushed a little harder when I needed to.
The theme for the garden decorations in Elst appeared to be walking songs, or maybe just songs, it was a little hard to ...
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- Free parking