Hotel Residenz Oberhausen
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... trip myself.", said the man. "That would be great! This activity space is absolutely beautiful. We would be fools to not take advantage of this opportunity”, I exclaimed. The old man came back with his canoe right away, and began to explain to us the process and things to do while canoeing. He then placed the canoe in the water and showed us a demonstration on how to use the paddles to keep the canoe moving. After about an hour of skillful explanation, the trusty ...
Today is my last day in Germany (off to Miami tomorrow morning 9am) and I have spent most of the day packing. Quite a challenge if you have never really used a trekking backpack before but I kind of managed to get all my stuff in :) The secret seems to be to pack all heavy items close to your back and surround them with medium to light items for optimal balance. Altogether I have taken enough clothes to get ...
... of Dusseldorf. I spent a day exploring the city including - beautiful parklands, hidden cobblestone streets and the new architecture in the media hub. From Dusseldorf Koln was a short 40min day trip. As soon as you exit the train station the beauty of the city hits the wind right out of you. Hidden down little alleyways were beautiful churches from all ages and of all sizes. But the one that took the cake was the Cathedral - looming over the city this structure blew ...
... platform 10. Jacket on, Docs bag over the shoulder, the Carry-on case down from the shelf above and finally the rather large suitcase – thankfully on wheels – are on the ready for a quick exit to find platform 10. Stepping past the impatient travellers wanting to get on the train (which have an average turnaround time of 1-2 minutes) I search for the platform number of my train that just arrived as a reference point to than look across the appr. Seven ...
... course Arnold's wife Irene had prepared the obligatory coffee and kuchen which was delicious :) Arnold, who is now 78 years of age, had always been like an older brother to me.
Many stories relating to our survival of the second world war and my early childhood were retold and enjoyed by all!
A particularly impacting moment came as Arnold and I said goodbye to one another, fully knowing that we may never see each other again ...