Steigenberger Parkhotel Duesseldorf
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... went in to help we couldn't fit. So Karo and Anna stayed in the kitchen and Lara and Christian stayed with us to talk. Their friend Matheus also joined us for dinner as well. They made 2 pizza's and we ate all of it and had drinks till it was late. We then continued drinking in our room because Lara had to sleep. When the drinks were finished, we went to sleep. Christian and Mattheus continued drinking after they went to the bottle shop and then slept. Great ...
... had beautiful buildings though. Christian told us of a cheap pizza parlour that sold it's slices for 0.50 euro. After walking around we went looking for it and it had been closed down. Anna later found out that it was due to hygienic purposes. Next to it though, there was a kebab place that sold pizza for 1 euro. So we bought those slices instead. Christian isn't fond of cheese so he had a falafel kebab instead. I actually ...
... smell of laundry detergent but this wasn't the case. I think I stuffed the washing machine too much. oh well. Thank you Lord for friends. Thank you for different cultures. Thank you for the enjoyment of vegetables. Thank you for your Love and protection. Thank you for strength to carry our luggage and thank you most of all for answering our prayers. Thank you for clean clothes. Thank you for good weather to dry the clothes. ...
... of the grave as a sign of respect. I can't think of many people who light candles or buy weaths in Australia!
It was time to say goodbye once again and head to the train station. This time there were no hassles with the trains because I caught an Intercity train directly to Heidelberg. This train took just 3.5 hours and as I arrived in Heidelberg, Steffie came to pick me up with Simon who had just returned from Holland. It was good to be home and relax once more!
... cheese as well. I was so full and grateful for the free breakfast. We headed out to the Rhine river, but this time we crossed the bridge. There was the same thing with padlocks along the bridge. It was awesome. We found some interesting padlocks, like a turtle one. Pacifiers, I actually took a pic with those ones. We stopped by a cafe which Simon called a tourist trap. Apparently, only tourist go there. We ordered a hot chocolate. It tasted ok. We left, headed to ...
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