Ibis Dortmund West
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... for. The whole class was in German, but dance is such an international language that I understood the whole class anyway. Even the counting...because I can count now. So proud. We finished his dance class with a waltz which I was allowed to join in on...and I got it! After that we went back to his place where the slightly delirious me got to meet his mum and sister - both of whom are gorgeous and so kind. I did have to excuse myself then because I was ...
... it was haunted. The local IPA representative Volkmar met us at the house and gave us tips on where to visit and what to see. The location of the house was at the bottom of a valley in town surrounded by a forrest and a small stream to the side. The area had a 20cm snowfall the previous night so everything was white and provided an opportunity for Kate ...
... no number to be seen! But, across my platform to the other side I notice an RE (regional , red train) train waiting and then I look up to an unexpected revelation; there stands like Elijah’s chariot the train I need to catch for the last leg of my journey to Braunschweig. It was a happy 36 minute journey to awaiting family, Bernhard and Katerine Brennecke-Betschel!!
After a congested journey along the Ringroads to Lydia and Werner’s home, we ...
... 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 ...