Hotel Excelsior Duesseldorf
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... drink, feeding or errand. We got lunch at a nice Thai cafe, which only seemed appropriate since we originally met in Southeast Asia. Dusseldorf is a nice town, big enough to be cosmopolitan, yet small enough to be manageable, and has both modern amenities and old world charm. It also is fairly pretty at the ground level with the river running through it and thousands of trees everywhere.
After picking up Lucas from school we headed back home and visited some ...
... found our way to the cathedral (opposite the town hall).
It is a stunning building, with parts of it built as long ago as the 8th century, and some of the
interior is very much in the style of the churches in Ravenna (Italy) which were built in the 6th and 7th centuries. The interior could be quite dark, with not much in the way of windows ...
Did our own self guided walking tour of the historic area. Past fountains, statues and majestic buildings, through ancient market squares, quirky streets, churches and the town hall, and into a brewery pub or two.
Came across the equestrian statue of the Prussian King, Friedrich Wilhelm III of Ehrenbreitstein Fortress fame.
Saturday 20th September 2014
Today we slept in and took our time. It was our lazy day.
We got up and had some breakfast. We ordered a beehive pastry and a quiche to share.
The beehive cake was nothing like back at home. It tasted pretty bad, we could not finish it. The quiche was great.
We then walked around town looked at the ...
... lack of interest. The students in the lower ability class do not appear to be weak - in fact, in comparison to English students who learn German, I'd consider them to be relatively strong, but the Germans didn't seem to care and much rather spent the lesson chatting, messing around and laughing (typical teenagers!) I was left alone to monitor this class, and while circulating asked the (naughty) boys at the back why they weren't doing any work. ...