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... 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 ...
... hoping to leave by 10.....maybeeee...... Didn't happen. Air conditioning problems that the mechanics had to repair. We did finally make it on the plane, but then we had to sit on the runway while security responded to an airplane with e problem. No planes were permitted to take off or land during this situation! I know you are all wondering how this story ends? 4:30 am we walked into our home, greeted by our darling Rocky. HOME SWEET HOME! BED SWEET BED!! Over and ...
... them for a couple of hours on the Friday. It didn't hit until our trip back when the heavens opened, the street lights were not good, the speed limits changed every 50 m or so and a camera flash was observed (ooops). We await the outcome.
Our infamous gatepost (bashed with caravan that time) was initially in a good state of repair BUT just before we left, we noticed it had been given an even more ...
... so we do have pictures of the cake after it was sliced. When George went for the camera we discovered they'd also decorated our cabin. We were both gobsmacked. Just got back to our cabin and noticed George had also got a birthday card and a bottle of bubbly. Wow. He was flabbergasted. We've already had quite a few glasses of wine, whiskies and cocktails tonight so I think we'll put it in the fridge for ...
... and mum again too which was lovely.
And what made it even better is they were excited to see me
At the end of the gathering, when we were leaving, Kai's
grandpa shook my hand and his grandma pulled me into a hug
and told me how nice it was to meet me and she hoped to see
me again soon.