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FRIDAY 11th July 2014 24km
Last trip into Dusseldorf
Away on the bikes , parked the bikes in the city and wandered the streets Dusseldorf is such a lovely city
Also great street entertainment
The big fair across the river has opened so sat and watch the roller coasters etc
Back home stsrt the packing
Saturday 12th July ...
... the statue we went and did some shopping picking up a lace Christmas ornament, chocolate tasting and lace looking. Then on our way to lunch i saw a strange game in town square. Young boys about 13-15 were hitting some sort of like rubber ball with a glove thing on their hand back and forth... It was almost like baseball, hot potato, ping pong, and racquetball all thrown together... I anyone has any clue what it is left me know ...
... on his bike in his fluffy dressing gown took him 10mins to get off bike up stsirs and I thought go grandad go your a hero. Interesting watching the men carry or some have trolleys the tin full of poohs and wees like people used to do years ago with their potties under the beds and empty each morning. Not me put me off ever owning a caravan.
One caravan had a port a loo I reckon he didnt want to empty his tin so has the company do it for ...
... had fillet pork large meals
Then home to watch the Chilean Brazil game what a nail biting game then skyped Nicola
She texted david said we were on so then he skype long chat then checked our skyoe and a video of Scarlett fraser jocelyn Pyper saying happy birthday and that they had tried to get us so got them another long chat.
So really an amazing fun ...
... suggested just putting it behind another passenger's seat. I think I might be unintentionally thinking this is like the experience of air travel, particularly since I tried to put on my non existent seat belt twice.
Train travel is so underrated - no airport transfers, no airport security, being able to move around and enjoy the view. Personally I don't miss being on an aeroplane at all. And at 250km/h, it doesn't feel like a drag either. The train journey went quite ...