Lindner Hotel Airport
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... the beautiful Dusseldorf, Germany. The view was absolute amazing. There were tall buildings everywhere, along with statues of horse-riding men everywhere. Taxis and cars and busses roamed the streets as people walked with confidence. There were restaurants, shopping centers, and an incredibly built bridge that I hoped to learn the name of soon. The weather was great; the sun was shining, the sky was blue, and we had the whole day ahead of us to watch Dusseldorf fall ...
... towel' (you can see it on one of the pictures below - kind of a turquoise ball). This towel dries really quickly and can be folded together to the size of a fist. Given it's dimensions of 120cm x 65cm that is quite impressive. However, at €22 the towel wasn't one of my bargains :)
Another great idea I got from an experienced traveller was to get a snap hook with which you can attach your small ...
... checked in right on time at the airport. Had a most excellent brunch at The Red Baron Cafe, I mean who could not go to a cafe with a name like that? We make our way to the taste lounge nicely with 10'minutes to wait for boarding. And wait, and wait. Announcements follow one softer the other, the plane has a technical problem, fixing it, replacing the plane, come and get some refreshments etc. we met a rather nice man who spoke good ...
Our next stop was the Cologne Christmas Markets where Kate and Roy took to the ice for a couple of hours ice skating while Nathan and Traci headed to the bar for a kinder punch (Traci) and a gluhwein (Nathan) to warm up. Kate and Roy had a fun time skating even if there were a couple of falls!
Our day in Cologne was great and we are sure the memories of this day will stay with us for a long time to come.
... afterall. It was quite amusing to have sprinklers to cool us off and paddling pools under the tables to soak our feet in.
One thing that was fab along the river was the library cabinets where you could just take a book to read and keep it, return it, pass it on, whatever. You could also deposit books there for others to enjoy. They came in both English and German which I thought ...