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After Trier, we headed to Cologne to see the cathedral. Cologne is a big city and we had a heck of time finding the parking and then lugging our stuff into the hotel--a little stressful :). Once we got settled, we headed straight to the cathedral. It's a bit like the grand canyon in that you can't appreciate just how big it is until you experience in person. I couldn't get far enough back to get the ...
... many miles on the tram and underground, the lady on reception explained where to get on and off the tram and the timetable (every 20 mins) the station was only 5 mins walk from the hotel front door and a tram was waiting to depart when I got there.
I got off at the HBF, Dusseldorf's main station, it's a very busy station with thousands of people going about their business, many shops and cafes in the station and the place had a real buzz, it's the ...
... it seemed to go ok but I realised later that for such a short I break I needn't have paid for extra luggage, my carry on flight bag was big enough for my needs and could probably last 5 - 6 days with what I can pack into one cabin bag.
I arrived at Birmingham airport after taking two trains to get there about 90 mins before take off time, I had used the auto check in on line and printed a boarding pass before leaving ...
... I know he's about to blow up, I stop him. "I was going through a process of getting a work visa but I was declined. I have paper to show this. Do you want to see it?" "Yes, I DO want to see it." I sigh and open up my bags and luckily the box I have the paper safe in isn't too far down. I give it too him and he looks at it and kind of gets that defeated look when a child proves an adult wrong "well... this is something you have to show people ...
... that night, Tina, our host made us a special German dinner called Linsen Und Spatzle which is a lentil stew with noodles made of egg and flour. The next morning I rode bikes (finally!) with Tina to the grocery store to buy some German chocolate and I then I was on my way back to Toledo.
(pictures to come later!)