Tulip Inn Dusseldorf Arena
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... city skylines, seeing all the tiny cars driving around and little people running around like ants. Really beautiful.
After my monthly exercise I jumped on the S-Bahn (most confusing rail system I've experienced worldwide so far) to Sindorf, where Les picked me up and showed me his neighbourhood, from the lucrative business he's been with since day one to the out-of-this-world house he's just purchased in the suburbs. So gorgeous (not to ...
... He also recommended that we go to a place called Rosie's for breakfast. We arrived at Rosie's to find that it was actually closed until 10 so we went back and checked out the park we had passed and found a giant church before returning to get some food. Breakfast here is pretty weird. You tend to order jams, cheeses, or meat and it comes with rolls to put it on. I ended up with a bagel and lox and herbed cream cheese with a soft boiled egg on the side. ...
... of them. Really fun things, but not really what I wanted for breakfast. It was really funny though! We took a really great nap as soon as we were able to check in to our hostel, and woke up around dinner time. Chelsea and I decided to go find food while Cortney held down the fort, and ended up finding some good stuff at a nearby grocery store. The two of us decided that it would be a lovely idea to have a picnic in ...
... markets and a windmill in which a family live. They must like all the tourists who stop by to take photos. Then after dinner ventured into Amsterdam to see the "night life" along with a lot of other people, Saturday night you couldn't move. Wall to wall people. Sunday Now safely in Paris until Wednesday when we head to Singapore. Blog is not working for me can't add any more ...
... bikes to find a huge party is underway along the riverbank. We get back to the bikes, collect our lunch and find a seat to eat it. We then decide to join the party and go to one of the wine tents to get a drink. We approached one of the temporary leaner tables that had a price list taped to it and a man thought we were trying to pinch his spot. We told him we were Kiwis and just checking out what was available. Well suddenly we were welcomed with open arms, his son in law who was with ...