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... once out of the display cabinet he was advised that will be 3200.00 euros needless to say that is one piece of luggage we won't have to worry about! Back on the bus to Cologne where we had lunch then off for a quick walk around the town. Our event this evening was medieval dinner at Schloss Burg Castle which is over 1000 years old. After a guided ...
... trade. We found a lovely seafood restaurant and ate the local fare while people watching. Saw many interesting sights and made lots of observations e.g. everyone uses a bike except young males, Germans are fascinated by handbag dogs, the only people in Dusseldorf who wear shorts in summer other than Eric are joggers, and lots of older couples dress similarly (that was scary!)
... 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!
... another day. We returned our motorhome to Bürstner in Kehl and caught a lift to the bahnhof (train station) in Offenburg. Our first leg to Dusseldorf was on the super fast ICE train. Then we switched to a regular train in Mannheim for the last leg. We got the best views of castles as the train followed the Rhein.
So here we are in Dusseldorf now ready for the biggest motorhome and caravan show in Europe which begins ...
Today I get a lie in!! No school until 9:00 so back to the English norm. Slept well last night but woke up tired so here goes round 2 First we have philosophy and this is surprisingly interesting for half an hour with some translation I completed the task in English. This is the most work I have done to date at German school. Next lesson I spilt from Natasha to help in a year six equivalent class learning how to introduce themselves ...