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The past few days have been pretty relaxing. We have been hanging out around town, visiting family, and paddle boating. In town, the farmers market was going on, so we went around there. The family we visited live in Munster. They are my grandmother's sisters and families. I ...
So for those who ever plan to travel to west Germany, one day in Düsseldorf is more than enough haha. I took the train out of Brussels and arrived in Düsseldorf around 3pm. The girls that I stayed with in Scotland are actually from this province and had just arrived home last week so they came and picked me up from the hostel not long after I arrived. First they took me to an old ...
Today was a girls only day, a full day of shopping in Oberhausen Germany, this is a 50 minute drive for us (my family lives 10 minutes from the German border). The Germans are very rude people, not friendly at all. The shopping centre we went to is huge, makes Shellharbour Square look very small, we didn't get the see the whole centre, especially with the way Jennifer, her daughter Merlin and Katie like to shop in every shop. ...
... like we had just scored a goal. Jumping in each others arms and waving to the crowd. It was quite funny and we looked a bit stupid to everyone else but who really cares. Following this we went around the inside of the stadium, I tried to run into the middle of the pitch but got a telling off by the security.
Once we had done the stadium and Dina and Theresa (Lennox's girlfriend) had had enough of football stadiums we then went into town to ...
... service.Now thats when I hit the diversion, was running low on gas, sally kept sending me to local closed ones, and it was getting later than expected.So Dave's obvious tip?Use main gas stations!Have a map ready, (got one now) for diversionsKeep smiling this is fun!
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