Travel Blogs from Düsseldorf
... Off to Zons with Stephen wandered around the village then lunch at Tom Hallin Jk had a huge pork knuckle surrounded with crackling
Last bike ride round village and river Josh Mitch home from Amsterdam leave in am for Berlin and we leave at 8am for Frankfurt to catch plane to New York
TOILETS IN germany
Most toilets you pay ...
... Being used to all the travel comfort I got to experience in the past and having never stayed in a hostel dorm room in my entire life, this is going to be very interesting indeed! Another new experience will be the transformation from traveling in a dream team to becoming a female solo traveler. Although I like to refer to Christopher McCandless' wise words "happiness only real when shared", I am accepting this challenge of traveling alone. The thought that I have to put my life ...
... now... So for Lunch we had sandwiches and chips, and a Belgium waffle. then caught the train to Bacharach in First class!!! Forgot we had first class and were standing the first part... Then remembered and got a whole room to ourselves instead of standing. Very nice! We had to stop in Koln or cologne to catch the next train and had 30 minutes to walk around. i wanted to go see the cathedral of it was close to the train station an low ...
... up the felled ones. Had to clamber over lots of fallen trees on our walk through the woods. Atmosphere great on Friday night when Germany won their quarter final in the World Cup, against France. The street was blocked off at a couple of intersections and the young folk were having a great time after the match. Lots of broken glass, but no violence. Police kept a discrete eye on things. Everything was cleaned up by ...
... few of the major sites in the Dortmund including the BVB stadium.
Train to Dusseldorf
Checked in to hostel and found out I screwed up the name on my boarding pass
Canceled flights-Thank goodness I Used STA travel
Decided to fly Ryan Air from Brussels first thing Wednesday morning
Headed to Cologne (Koeln) via train
Climbed to the top of the Cathedral steeple. 550ish steps.