Hotel Antares Düsseldorf
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... for a table and having two beers and leaving for the next pub. Home at 10:30 or the ship leaves!! We had our friends Carol and Rob in our group so that made it fun. It was so loud everywhere we couldn't hear the guide. All the locals were so young and we looked like a group of fish out of water...or beer, as it were...We should have gone back to Papa Joe's and just listened to the fake musicians and soccer fans! ...
... tells the story. Europe has so much history.
We arrived in Cologne at noon, and after another delicious lunch we headed off on a tour of the city, which is dominated by the Cologne Cathedral. One word for the Cathedral - WOW!!! Us Catholics sure know how to spend the peasants money!!...:-)
We stopped at a local cafe & tried the local beer, Kolsch, which they traditionally ...
... will never be finished because of the magnitude of the maintenance task - in fact two sides had scaffolding up to support the ongoing maintenance program. It's front facade covers 750 sq metres and has 10,000 sq metres of lead light windows. It suffered 14 direct bomb hits during the war but was rebuilt. We declined the invitation the climb the 560 steps for what is reported as breathtaking views from the southern spire. I expect the climb up is more breathtaking than the ...
... Just after 8pm, I jumped on the train to travel the last 15 minutes to Duisburg and I was greeted by Denise Pinno and her parents Willi and Marita. Willi is my father Rainer's cousin so you can work out the connection!
We drove back to their house where we got to know each other and shared travel stories from America and Canada. They have also done quite a bit of travelling and even had a few Canadian number plates stuck on the bedroom wall! It's a small world after ...
... We went up about 160-something meters to have a view over he city. It was a bit hazy or foggy, Angela wasn't sure how to translate which, that prevented us from seeing too far in the distance, but it was beautiful.
People take their dogs everywhere. There were dogs on the bus, dogs on the street train, dogs walking through the busy streets, and dogs in the stores sometimes. Angela tells me that if you take ...