Lindner Congress Hotel
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... And red champagne (never tried it before, awesome stuff). Butterscotch liquor. Rum. More whisky. Normal champagne. Pink champagne. You get the idea I assume.
We got SO DRUNK. Never have I been in a situation before where I do not understand a word of conversation, but have had so much fun and just laughed so much. It was truly fantastic - all was said in German, but somehow, from the tones of voice and facial expressions I suppose, I managed to keep up ...
... a church eating, when we got egged! All of a sudden we heard a strange crash and I thought something was falling from the tree by us. But then there was another one! And I saw a big skid mark it left behind. And as another egg came hurtling towards us I yelled to Erika and we ran. Some jerks totally egged us! Luckily we did not get hit. It was a very strange Halloween night. Today we went out to see what Düsseldorf had to offer. We found some ...
... after that, to share our adventure with Cortney. It was crazy! The next day, the three of us wandered around Düsseldorf for the day - we walked along the Rhine for a while, explored some cool streets, and had lunch at a really awesome Thai place. I know that Thai food is not German food, but you can only have so many sausages with potatoes before your palate needs a break. Fun fact, the region of Germany that ...
Friday. 24th. Relaxing sail along the Rhine River to Cologne. Walking tour of Cologne and then the Captain's Farewell Dinner. The food and service for the whole trip has been amazing. Made new friends and had lots of laughs, all in all a great holiday. Saturday Sailed the Dutch waterways and arrived in Amsterdam. Had a private canal boat ride through the city and visited ...
... on the obstacle course and swings a soccer game developed behind us on what at first glance any american would think was a basketball court. Only upon further inspection do you realize there are no basketball hoops, only metal soccer goal posts behind the large 15' high fenced in court. Sand served as a base for the playground which left two young boys playing there very sandy as they fell of things and rolled around playing in the sand. As we were ...