Hotel An Der Gruga
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... a beautiful part of Düsseldorf with multiple trees, bushes, plants, birds, and an incredible water stream that illuminated the scenery even more. "Wow, this is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen.", exclaimed Jordan. “I'll say. I've been coming down here since I was merely four years old. Now I'm 75 and still find it fascinating to this day.", said a man with a thick German accent. The man wore a long T-shirt, baggy trousers, and a hat that embraced his ...
... to the front of your large trekking backpack. This keeps your hands free and your valuables in-sight.
For those of you interested in taking a look at my preliminary travel root you should be able to see it somewhere on this page.
At the moment my plan is to update the blog with images and info every couple of days…I hope I won't become too lazy as time goes on :)
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... feel welcome and at home. She took me along with her to friends birthdays and introduced me the Christmas markets and to the German culture and the public transport system. Some key things I learnt quickly... 1. The public transport system is big and complex with DDB, U, S trains and buses. They all have their own rules and different systems which is very foreign to a Sydney girl and our archaic system 2. Most people in Germany speak English but very few ...
... an excited welcome. Hugs, friendly exchanges of surprise as to how much younger we all are we sat down to “Spargel Suppe” the world renowned vegetable that Braunschweig exports to the rest of the world – white asparagus.
I was informed that my / our visit has been eagerly anticipated and an extensive agenda has been arranged which will involve a family reunion on Sunday lunchtime. Another room, another bed and another comfortable and restful night awaits ...
We tried to find some cheap bikes to buy at the camping site today but they were all too expensive and there were no small bikes for Sascha. We left the camp site, said good bye to our cousins and drove to an archaeological park in Xanten. It was a Roman settlement many years ago and I got to dress up like a Gladiator in the museum. We drove on and stopped at lake in the evening as it was very hot today. Played campervans got ...