Novum Hotel Maxim Dusseldorf City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... looks like a "Saturday afternoon park cricketer" but his results are world standard. What thu? By the way I am celebrating the win with a couple of local pilseners and looking out of the bar window at the Rhine River; more on that in the next blog. Jules, I will bring you back here in a European Summer.
Is Germany's fourth largest city with over 10 million inhabitants in the metropolitan area.It sits astride of The Rhine but I didn't get to ...
... but I was already in tears with laughter and that just increased when he went to the bottom and still couldn't find the way out. I just imagined my whole week stuck in a carpark. Eventually we got out and went to Köln for the day. By this point in the car trip, I had remembered left and right in German and Kai had taught me to count to ten. We hopped out of the car and he asked me which way to go, to which I said left. Every time. I couldn't say right. ...
... else under the sun. By this time I've fully gathered that he is an awesome bloke, and we exchanged facebooks and decided we would meet up in London. Then his flight to Bucharest left, and I honestly didn't know what to do after that. I was in the right place to make a friend when I got there and now he was gone...I was sad actually. That's what airports are to me. The original Friend Zone. Lisa ...
... and an entire block of restaurants and bars. There was a huge park and people flying giant kites along the Rhine. And that was about it. Because everything else was closed. Today we learned that All Saints Day is a national holiday here and not the best day to explore a city. The more you know. Tomorrow we start our road trip! We are picking up the car at the airport and then off to Amsterdam! I'm excited to have a bit more freedom in when we go ...
... were clearly German (or talented linguists). The carriages had emptied, riders dismounted and then groups started to form up facing into the treelined street, down the opposite side from where I was trying to be inconspicuous. The music began again and this time the marchers coming from a distance, were headed by men and women in very elaborate clothes; the mayor, I thought, in full regalia and women in bright and beautiful evening gowns. Then I realised that they had ...