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... which came in a small (0.2L) skinny glass. After lunch, we went to the cathedral and took some pictures. We then found the sightseeing train over to the chocolate museum and we explored the shop and the views to the river. After the museum, we went back to the room to recharge after a long day. Later we headed to Papa Joe's which was a quirky little bar with all kinds of collectibles and even a ...
I had a really good sleep and felt refreshed after the rather tiring first day. I had a shower (hotel showers are just amazing) then went down for breakfast, there was a great selection of food that was a help yourself buffet ranging from a full cooked breakfast to a lighter continental choice or both if you were very hungry, I opted for a cooked breakfast, very similar to a full English but the bacon was cut really thinly, almost see through, the sausages were small ...
... during my journey did speak English very well but I did notice the further out you go from the city the less English people speak, on my visit to Kaiserworth I went to a local bakery to have some lunch and it was a quite difficult to make my order understood, by using hand gestures and pointing at products on display I got what I wanted and a nice smile from the lady serving.
Time to turn in now and recharge my batteries.
... a lint
employee would put it together and after a 30 minutes wait, your custom made
chocolate is made.
The next part was on the Mian culture where they showed many
drinking vessels and statues related to chocolate.
This theme then flowed on to the traditional chocolate
drinking glassed in Europe and the procedures of a chocolate drinking
From here there were many types of old fashioned ...
... t the best chocolate cake, it was good but I couldn't finish it because it was to rich! France has changed me... The came was called Schoko-Due-Torte meaning a lot of chocolate (I don't know what it really says). I leisurely walked the bank of the Rhine river and enjoyed the people sitting out on the cafés and I made a mental note to eat dinner there. I also explored the old city and the tiny streets that weave around the buildings. But, I wondered how much of it is "old" as much ...