Ibis Budget Dueren-West
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... bike ride towing Evan.
We popped in to the Spar supermarket before getting back to the van, it was the best supermarket of the whole trip, gone were all of the packaged and processed goods of Germany, replaced with fresh produce and lots of it, and this was just a Spar in a small town. Evan bought a quarter water melon after having a think about how to carry a whole one on the bikes. Back at the site we re hydrated with the melon and ...
Brought brekky this morning at the Cologne railway station because we discovered they have lovely yogurt and muesli. Then we went shopping. I bought a pair of German shoes, made in Hamburg, for $52! Rosanne bought a very comfortable pair of new season shoes for a little more. While we were in the hotel lounge this morning we overheard a group of Brits on a coach tour being corralled into where they needed to go by their super efficient tour guide and made a ...
Found unbelievable bargain at a 5* Hotel. & couldn't resist. To put it into context the breakfast cost 50% of the room rate! We didn't have breakfast! Even better, parking was also extra but as GG was too tall for their underground car park, we had to park with the smart cars in front of the Hotel at no charge. Hilarious!
sun shining again, so ...
... journey 160 metres up the tower round and round, a good leg workout, by half way he was puffing a little, by the bells he was puffing a little more! It would seem every moron who climbed the staircase felt compelled to leave their name, cretins! He decided to to photograph the bells on the way down and headed on, arriving at the base of the tower’s huge pointed stone lattice cap, about 40 metres high, brilliant. Inside was a steel staircase, zig zag, so up he ...
... arrived, the rain had stopped and the cloud was starting to lift a little. Between the two of us we bit the bullet and found some clear space and pitched the tent for the first time. After some reading of instructions and re-pitching in an area with less of a rock solid peg surface, we had the tent up, and continued to organise the internals.
The next step was to go exploring…. We drove to the local tram station, ...