Radisson Blu Media Harbour Hotel, Dusseldorf
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at the right place. This part of Düsseldorf has been apart of the country for so long; we wouldn't be whole without it. Tell me, have you all ever canoed?", asked the old man eagerly. "None of us have. We don't even own a canoe to use", said Jordan. "Ahh, I see. Well if you all are not busy during this fine afternoon, then I would like to propose that I be the first to teach you all the wonders of canoeing. My canoe is about 2 minutes away from here as I was about to go on ...
... to the front of your large trekking backpack. This keeps your hands free and your valuables in-sight.
For those of you interested in taking a look at my preliminary travel root you should be able to see it somewhere on this page.
At the moment my plan is to update the blog with images and info every couple of days…I hope I won't become too lazy as time goes on :)
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... translated all the announcements for us. We finally boarded at 4.30 for our 1 hour flight to Cologne. Made a heavy landing in light snow and waited for 45 minutes for some extremely wet bags to finally arrive. Taxi to the reception place to collect the keys ( where the taxi left us two blocks from where we were supposed to be so a short walk in the rain found us the reception). The lady was very polite and friendly, offering all sorts ...
Today we visited a cold and windy Cologne, when we arrived it was -5 and did not get over 0 all day. The trip back to Cologne brought back very fond memories for Traci and Nathan who were last in this beautiful city in 1999. They were both excited to show Kate and Roy this beautiful city and its famous Cathedral. However the most 'exciting' part for the whole family was the opportunity to catch up with Marie our host ...
... it. I noticed a red cross on the directional signs so off for a little professional help we went. They had tents set up reminding me of what you would see on a battle field, or some local tragedy, but it was there the girls found a very cute medic that attended to Mary's leg. We walked down to the Rhine for a little break from all the carnival excited. We stuck our feet in the water and skipped some of the smooth round pebbles lining the shore. At about ...