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Travel Blogs from Kaarst
Hi you all.
Here I am. My new blog but now about my life as an Au Pair in America.
In about 9 days I leave this beautiful country named the Netherlands. The countdown is started yiehaaa.
I was always convinced that I knew where I would be the next few years. But taking this amazing year abroad I really don't know it yet. But hey let's say: sometimes it's better to leave ...
... about 900 years old and whereas The Aachen Cathedral is the oldest, this one is the largest in Northern Europe.
It is so surreal to walk out of the door of the station and there it is. It is massive and something out of a Spielberg movie. I can only hope my photos capture what I am trying to describe.If you have read the historical fiction novels by Ken Follet in his Pillars of The Earth and World Without End, you can see why the building ...
... else under the sun. By this time I've fully gathered that he is an awesome bloke, and we exchanged facebooks and decided we would meet up in London. Then his flight to Bucharest left, and I honestly didn't know what to do after that. I was in the right place to make a friend when I got there and now he was gone...I was sad actually. That's what airports are to me. The original Friend Zone. Lisa ...
... br> We started at Konig Salee - described as Dusseldorf's equivalent to New York's 5th Avenue - but Eric wouldn't buy me anything (I found something I love at Tiffany's). So we found some other stores in our budget.
The old town was bustling with people dining on the pavement and drinking the local beer (alt beer). My colleague Michael insisted I try it when we met ...
... here, a group of flappers there. Enough for us to giggle and wonder, but not pay too much attention. When we got off at our stop though it was...madness. That is the only way to describe it. We were rushed off the train as usual, but the first sight we see is a line of policemen, shoulder to shoulder, the entire length of the train station. The worry that policemen instill was only made worse by the fact that far more people than usual were pushing past far more violently ...
Other places to stay in Kaarst
Koenigsberger Strasse 20, Kaarst | 4 star hotelfrom $78
Holzbuettger Strasse 2, Kaarst | 2 star hotelfrom $73
Friedensstrasse 12, Kaarst | 4 star hotelfrom $147
Kirchplatz 30, Kaarst | Hotelfrom $112
August-Thyssenstrasse 13-15, Kaarst | Hotelfrom $120
An der Wegscheider Heck, Kaarst | Hotelfrom $105
Koelner Strasse 30, Kaarst | 2 star hotelfrom $119
Gutenbergstrasse 42, Kaarst | Hotelfrom $64