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... the town is built on top of. It was a very beautiful and serene town. The following day we drove to get the car registered. Then we spent some time playing FIFA before exploring the city centre of Castrop looking for a shot glass for Dina as she had forgotten to get one here. Unfortunately I couldn't find one. That evening we played doubles tennis on a clay court against Lennoxs parents. It was a heap of fun and I was ...
In the meantime we powered through the museum, the four of us. Before I realised how little there was in the museum and how the girls didn't want to be there. So we headed into the town square of Dortmund. Poor Dina being so tired fell asleep in the car. We then wandered the streets for around 40 minutes just looking around waiting for the time of our tour. Lennox told us that the main shopping street of Dortmund is the second most walked street of ...
... 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!
So I did
... terminus to terminus takes almost 35 minutes. On the 13.3-kilometre-long route there are 20 stations altogether.
The monorail, which winds its way through Wuppertal "like a steely dragon" (in the words of the Wuppertal poet Else Lasker-Schüler), is the prime tourist attraction of the city. It was made world-famous by a young elephant called Tuffi. On July 21st 1950 Tuffi boarded a train as an advertising gimmick for a visit ...
Onwards and upwards... towards home, we made the penultimate leg to a site in Solingen close to the Dallheimers in Remscheid.
As you may remember form our first trip, the streets around Anton Kuppers Weg are still as narrow AND they are improving the Internet cabling and almost every road in the area appears to have road works.
Our visit commenced with a storm so we made sure the hatches were closed ...