Hotel Schloss Hugenpoet
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... beers we tried over the last two weeks. Anyway, Tot Ziens to Amsterdam and the Netherlands. I hope we see each other again soon. The coach then took us into Germany and we have stopped for the night in Cologne. Our hotel room is very nice on the 5th floor and there is a beautiful lake behind us set amongst the woods with lots of people enjoying the water, scenery and sensational weather, it's 30 degrees, very warm indeed. We seem to have a good mix of people on this tour, ...
Let me preface this with the fact that I'm mainly blogging because I want another digital pin on the app's world map. It's all a game to me... Long story short, the right engine wouldn't start, so we were delayed 4 hours in NYC. We arrived to Dusseldorf, ...
... trekked across the airport to the gate hoping to catch the earlier flight to London. Had to pass thru passport control to be marked at 'leaving' the country. Arrived at the gate only to realize it was not BA, but Lufthansa airline. So had to go thru passport control again to 'enter' the country again. Now we'll have double stamps on the same day for Dusseldorf in our passports.
Flight view just updated and alerted that our departure is delayed. Departure is now. ...
... just soaking up the atmosphere. I went along the promenade past MedienHafen and enjoyed the river view.
I wandered around Karlstadt and along The Konigsallee (KO) and noted the designer shops.
I had intended more exploration in the evening but ...
... in Germany. Rained developed so we headed home. I caught up on some sleep time and late afternoon we took a trip to the local shops. Sampled the local dish, curry wurst, that Jan said we must try
, Our last evening was spent trading photos, catching up on news we had forgotten and thinking ahead to our new adventures we are both about to start. They in the North Sea and us on the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center