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... last trip to Europe, met her then boyfriend Carlos and stayed with them both in Madrid. Now they are married and have two young children: Lucas, who is 3, and Alba, who just turned one.
Once my train pulled into Dusseldorf station I disembarked, walked across the labyrinth of an underground station and found the tram line that would take me out to their neighborhood. While this should have been quite easy, for some reason the ticketing machines in the ...
... same church. The audio commentary that we had of the cathedral paintings talked about how the painters developed and adapted their style to the conditions by doing the same painting repeatedly.
After our visit there we had a spot of afternoon tea in the gallery cafe and then wandered around that part of Cologne a bit to find a U-Bahn to get us back to the hotel. During the process, we found a large tent built ...
... potato. He loved it ( thanks Eckard) while I stuck to the tried and true schnitzel. After dinner across the road into Papa Joes, a well know jazz club. That night it was probably more blues/rock, with a gutsy female vocalist. Very casual looking, but boy, could she sing. In the breaks, she was out on the street smoking and drinking. Fortunately my feet knew the way home.
... Belgium chip place.
We then walked around town again, checking out the different market and festival stalls.
It looked like it was starting to rain, so we headed back to the hostel.
We packed up and then hung out until dinner. Maggie wanted nachos for dinner again so we got it and made nachos. We hung out and then went to bed.
... and the pilot, all I heard was German. It is a strange experience, being the only one who does not speak their language. A humbling experience, for sure. I definitely had my fill of planes for now... Too bad I had one more to go!
The Dusseldorf airport is a multilevel building. My next flight's czech in (get it?) was on the second floor. After check in we had to go down a flight ...