NH Duesseldorf City Nord
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Good morning Dad! So, today we woke up and had breakfast. Another friend was joining us so we went into Lara's room. We had bread rolls with spreads and sandwich fillings. Awesome. I love german bread, it's always so fresh and tasty. Even if the crust is hard, it's always soft on the inside. They're baguettes were better than the ones I had in France! I had cheese, tomatoes and cucumber. I had maybe 3 savoury rolls then had a sweet one. White chocolate with ...
... something more substantial but Anna wanted ice cream. We had that, I ordered snickers. Delicious! By then I was full. It was awesome. We continued walking around Bonn, looking at the pretty houses. Imagining which house we'd like to buy. Eventually we covered everything so we caught the train back home. We came home and everyone was still full. I don't know how, so we just talked till we were tired then slept. It was eventful ...
... We went to the Supermarket and bought beer and stuff then came home and had tofu sausages in soy sauce with creamy white sauce cabbage and roast potatoes. It was delicious. Afterwards, we had beer and drank till we were tired then slept. It was a great night. Karo had returned at this point and she joined in on the drinking. We then kept drinking and they got hungry so she grabbed the Stoln which is supposed to be ...
... with the coffin and plenty of wreaths donated by family and friends. It was interesting to see because funerals in Australia are quite different. The pastor came in dressed in a black robe and presented the eulogy. After we sung a hymn, the pallbearers dressed in hats and gloves came in to remove the wreaths and carry the coffin outside to a cart. Then we all walked silently through the graveyard behind the coffin until we got to the burial site, where it was lowered into ...
... cheese as well. I was so full and grateful for the free breakfast. We headed out to the Rhine river, but this time we crossed the bridge. There was the same thing with padlocks along the bridge. It was awesome. We found some interesting padlocks, like a turtle one. Pacifiers, I actually took a pic with those ones. We stopped by a cafe which Simon called a tourist trap. Apparently, only tourist go there. We ordered a hot chocolate. It tasted ok. We left, headed to ...
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