Hotel Haus Hillesheim
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... airport and I felt at ease until I got inside the airport, the plan was to catch a train into Dusseldorf HBF but finding the train station at the airport was a challenge due to me getting confused with the signs around the airport, I think it was me rather than the poor signage. After working out how to purchase a train ticket at the machine I boarded the train for a 25 min journey, eventually I arrived at the HBF ...
... and teaches Spanish cooking, which is pretty awesome! After the course had ended we went into town for food, where I ate my first Bratwurst (traditional German sausage, eaten as a hot dog) and then we went up the Rheinturm, the television tower in Düsseldorf. We went up to the level at 168m, which had a spectacular view of the whole city and beyond! We were very lucky with the weather and the view was quite clear considering it’s November! We had ...
... myself more; I'll be taking a road less travelled. I need to eat less anyways. Winter is the low-season so things are cheaper. I'll stay away from the big cities and tourist centres. I'll see more of the local side of life. I seldom buy souvenirs anyway. Accommodation will usually be free if I couch surf and there is the bonus of meeting some interesting locals. Hostels can be pretty cheap too and I might be able to exchange work ...