Romantik Hotel Sim-Ju
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Finally, on board the ICE first class I have come to peace in order to write the experience before I sit back to have a German coffee and some 'kuchen’ I bought in Essen HBf!!
Shock, horror!! The Train is going to arrive in Hannover 6 minutes late and my schedule says I have 5 minutes to find the departure platform for the Regional Train to Braunschweig. Two minutes before the arrival the Train supervisor announces that my next train will ...
... Uncle Freddie would be to see his nephew try on those clothes. Some of them are travelling home to Australia with me, because only so much can fit into a suitcase.
We concluded my stay in Gladbeck at the family's favourite restaurant with roasted goose and all the trimmings, which was featured on the national calendar for St Martin's ...
... course Arnold's wife Irene had prepared the obligatory coffee and kuchen which was delicious :) Arnold, who is now 78 years of age, had always been like an older brother to me.
Many stories relating to our survival of the second world war and my early childhood were retold and enjoyed by all!
A particularly impacting moment came as Arnold and I said goodbye to one another, fully knowing that we may never see each other again ...
After almost missing my train from Herzogenrath to Gladbeck, I was relieved to experience a Regional train which is generally far more crowded with local commuters. It was a joy to be reunited with my cousin Brunhild (from my Mother's side) in the nigh darkness.
Norbert and Brunhild welcomed me to their home and we made plans for the following ...
... on the backs of the steel and coalmining industry and the Ruhr was at the forefront of the economic boom. When it ended in the early 90’s, coal production collapsed and the mines closed, leading to mass unemployment from which Gelsenkirchen has yet to fully recover. It remains a depressing area to be in and I’m not saying anything new here, the Germans know it too.
Me (on the phone to a German friend): “Hi, ...