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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I went into my favourite supermarket Aldi and all the things I like and the drug store with all the affordable cruelty-free beauty products. My heart was alive again. All those worries for nothing! I was really, really happy. On the bus towarda Cologne I sat next to Biruk, an Ethiopian guy who is living in Netherlands. There I had some eye opening conversations about Ethiopia and expanded my cultural knowledge. Was nice to see that, ...
... aboard afterward and gave us a wonderful concert tonight. They were a classical trio, one from Hungary, one from Germany, and one from Alabama! They were great and included songs like "Ode to Joy", "Can-Can", and Pittsburgher Henry Mancini's "Moon River". I thought about Jim, my brother-in-law, as the sax player was really good!
It's now almost 11 PM and we're setting sail again! We land in Koblenz in the morning, and the tour of the Marksburg Castle is on the ...
We are staying in Amsterdam tonight at the Hampshire Hotel. Our train went via Cologne and we were able to go out from the station and see the massive Cologne Cathedral. It's right on a massive square directly outside the train station. Handy! As soon as we crossed into The Netherlands we saw bikes, bikes and more bikes! Everyone young and old rides everywhere here. In Amsterdam today we saw hundreds of bikes lined up against ...
... but Chews were so good about walking slowly for me!! When we got back, I took a rest before dinner and think that I am starting to feel some better.
Tonight Chews went barhopping with a group to taste German beer. They went to four pubs and tasted 5 beers. Barbara said what she tasted was probably one whole glass but Orrean really enjoyed all of them. They had a really good guide and truly enjoyed the ...
... the far flung corners of the world. Humbling really. Tomorrow is thanksgiving. Traditions and food and family feel worlds away. There are 9 Americans here and I may ask them to raise their glasses to the Pilgrims and Native Americans or I may just head to the chow hall, scoop sauerkraut and bratwurst on my plate and listen to discussions on whether or not MSF should occupy ...