Moevenpick Hotel Essen
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... 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 ...
So the bus ride was super long and mostly uncomfortable. But we made it to Düsseldorf! We arrived around 7am, and walked to our hostel to leave our bags. We weren't allowed to check in until 1pm, so we had to kill some time. We found a bakery and had some tea and pastry, wandered around, played in a park a little, and then had real breakfast at a place recommended to us by the front desk guy at the hostel. Ordering ...
... and I probably could have stayed here all day. But I had to forego the free river cruise and return into town, as fans were beginning to gather prior to the game.
I was going to meet up with some Irish friends at Hauptbahnhof, whilst waiting for them outside Charly’s Bummelzug, I got chatting to some German fans. Talking to them about our respective team’s chances, how Gelsenkirchen was such a dull place and so on. I had ...
... I get off the tram to a quiet platform in a quaint neighborhood, walk as directed and I was met half way by Tory and the kids. It was great to see her again after 5 years and meet the little ones whom I've only seen in photos. Lucas was quite shy at first and wouldn't even look at me, but eventually would become a little more chatty in his cute British accent. We got to their place and caught up as started she dinner for the kids. Carlos soon got home from work and we ...
Dad and I went over to Kaarst to meet Herr Strauss who is the director of the Kaarster Nepal Initiative which is an organisation that tries to support and develop possibilities for children in Nepal (http://www.ngo-forum.de/). They work with Deepak in Nepal who is running a similar organisation Child Welfare and Education (http://cwehome.org.np/contact).
We got to know Herr Strauss through ...