Leonardo Hotel Düsseldorf City Center
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
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... the time we spent in Dusseldorf. We showered, ate a bit of snacks to prepare us for the day, and headed out of the hotel as we walked into the country that we were getting to know.
Dusseldorf, Germany - 10:00am
We began walking around the streets of Dusseldorf, with time on our hands and curiosity at the peak of our minds. Since we had plenty of time, we decided to stop at a nice restaurant and grab a bite to eat since none of us had ever ate German food. ...
... to the front of your large trekking backpack. This keeps your hands free and your valuables in-sight.
For those of you interested in taking a look at my preliminary travel root you should be able to see it somewhere on this page.
At the moment my plan is to update the blog with images and info every couple of days…I hope I won't become too lazy as time goes on :)
Take care and speak soon!
... and advice, but seriously, we were tired and just want to get to the apartment. So we set off with a map for the apartment in the rain. It was very busy with crowds heading to the Opera but we did get the most magnificent views of the cathedral as we walked past. So we get to the front door only to realise that the nice lady did not actually give us the key. Back I go leaving the other under the shelter of the veranda to collect the key. ...
... around the world.
After the Cathedral Maire took us to a nice Croation restaurant on the river front where we all enjoyed a meal of traditional Croation food which was a first for us all. After lunch we moved onto the Lindt Chocolate Museum. This place was packed and is apparently the place to visit on a cold Sunday afternoon. The museum was interesting and we even had the opportunity of walking into an ...
... a crazy concept for NZers but public drinking is perfectly legal in the oh so modern and rule-abiding German lands.
Further evidence of how "slow" (sarcasm here folks) to advance NZ has been is the German laws allowing people to smoke indoors. Now you might not think this is so bad. But it's like descending into a sooty smoke cloud of suffocation. You can see the smoke in the dim light of the clubs. Breathing is possibly only ...