Mercure Hotel Duesseldorf City Nord
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... out Mango where Lisa bought a shirt, and window shopped in other places. When we left we were both getting hungry and stumbled upon “Oma’s Kuche” restaurant, a typical German restaurant where I had schnitzel and potatoes, and Lisa had a lentil and potato stew with hot dog in it. We also each had a Gaffel Kolsch Germany Beer. We had an interesting language barrier with the waitress, you only gave us spoons and no forks or knives, and brought us ...
... the Rudolfplatz xmas markets.. every xmas market has it's own theme, in it's decor, foods etc.. all distinctively different so one never tires looking at more & more xmas , foods, sights etc.
Being "zero"!! degrees at 12 noon, and a light snow falling !!.. a visit into some of the surrounding department stores to warm up and thaw out is required. Good old Starbucks saves the day many times.. Brisk walking is the ...
... t understand every word, but I could comprehend enough not to have to resort to English to find out what was happening. I take the philosophical view that if you come out of it alive and no one was hurt, the worst things that happen on holidays always make the best stories. Seeing old friends again was the only redeeming feature of an otherwise disastrous trip. Düsseldorf is a nice city, but how can it be a Christmas market if it doesn’t sell proper gingerbread? ...
A bit of a change of pace for our blog entries this time. For those of you who do not know, one week prior to leaving on our trip Del was diagnosed as having Celiac Disease. This means a gluton free diet forever. It is more than a mere fad diet or an intolerance - it must become a way of life.
Of course, this would mean a change for anyone but for someone leaving on a trip it has meant a lot ...
... of my year five students would be proud of. Welcome to Dusseldorf!
Regardless of my undignified entry to this city, Dusseldorf is a great place. In our limited time here, what we have seen of it, is impressive. We spent a very enjoyable Saturday afternoon in the old town, exploring yet another Christmas Market, and the views of the Rhine, amongst a whole throng of locals. Of course we had to intersperse this with eating and drinking and watching soccer ...
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