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Forst, Germany - 19th March 2010

By: fam-united

Today we went for a little walk in a wood next to a small animal park. My host's son went with her and so she took us with them. We enjoyed the lovely weather again.

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Remscheid, Germany - 6th April 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
I don't know what happened, but somehow I woke up in Remscheid in Northrhine-Westphalia. But that's ok, because I am not alone here but with some more ToyVoyagers.

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My new host is Katja, she took me and Diddl-Maus into town. First we had a look at the beautiful city hall.

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We went to the shopping mall than.

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The next photo was taken not too far from my current home, in front of the local court.

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Only one street away from my current home I saw a lot of pretty old  houses.

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We went to Katja's sister-in-law when she finished work. From here you can see the outskirts of the neighbour city Wuppertal.

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Bye
Ceryni

* Posted Apr 10, 2010, 7:07 pm Last edited Apr 10, 2010, 8:38 pm by olgamaus [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Remscheid, Germany - 15th April 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
we took a short walk in the city centre in our lunch break. Katja is working close to the city hall, so today I will show you the lion pillar on the market place, in front of the city hall.

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Here you can see the public library ...

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... and here the central bus station.

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The municipal music school is situated in this pretty house.

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The pedestrian area is beginning here.

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We had to go back to work than. We took a last photo in front of the shopping mall.

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Bye
Ceryni

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Remscheid, Germany - 16th April 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,

we had to do buy a few things when we finished work. We decided to go a long way round, we were not in a hurry.

This is one of the churches in the city centre with a nice café in the foreground.

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This is the large bus stop in front of the central station. All those those trees are blooming.

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This is the central station - however, they have two tracks for passenger trains and a few more for freight trains here.

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The "Trasse des Werkzeugs" (Route of Tools) is starting here. It is a path for pedestrians and cyclists, built on a closed railway  track. It was sponsored by local tool producing companies, so it was called "Trasse des Werkzeugs". They have a lot of metalworking industry here, especially tools are produced here since the middle ages. Close to the central station you can see lots of industrial buildings.

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I am sitting on the counterweight of a railway crossing gate.

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The "Trasse des Werkzeugs" is about 5 km long, conncecting the station with the old district Hasten.

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More industrial buildings ...

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You can find a lot of information signs along the path.

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Some houses were built really close to the former railway track.

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In this area you can a rest and sit down on those round benches.

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You can also find signs with the logos and informations of the sponsoring companies here.

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Than we had to buy a few things here.

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Bye
Ceryni

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Leichlingen, Germany - 17th April 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,

we took a long walk today along the so called "Obstweg Leichlingen" (translated it must be something like "Route of Fruit"  :D ). Leichlingen is a small town, halfway between Remscheid and Cologne.

The walk is following a route through traditional orchard meadows, along homesteads and through rural hamlets. It is about 9 km long.

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We had to follow the marking showing an apple.

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You can find information boards along the walk, telling you interesting facts about local fauna and flora, about the region itself, about fruit-growing and special sorts of apples, peas and other fruits.

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These are pea trees, their blooms are not fully opened yet.

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On the meadows the first daisies and Cuckoo Flowers are blooming.

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You can find blooming fuit trees everywhere, even in the forest.

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This is  blooming hawthorne.

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In the gardens also lots of flowers are blooming. Leichlingen is closer to the river Rhine than Remscheid, so the climate is milder here.

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These trees are apple trees.

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We are really enjoying the sunshine.

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We had to walk along a street for a while.

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Here you can see the city centre of Leichlingen in the valley.

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We went into town than, looking for refreshments.

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The river Wupper is running through the city centre.

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Here is our reward for more than two  hours walking :D

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That was a really nice trip!

Bye
Ceryni

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Remscheid, Germany - 18th April 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
today it is a wonderful sunny day. We took a walk with Katja's brother-in-law and his dog Berti in one of the valleys which are surrounding the city centre of Remscheid.

First we had to walk to the South of Remscheid, from here you have a good view to the city centre on its hill.

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We went to the "Eschbachtal" (Eschbach Valley). The "Eschbach" is a creek which is running through this valley.

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We saw several ponds which belonged to mills in the past.

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Bye
Ceryni

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Remscheid, Germany - 23rd April 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
we are celebrating a really important commemoration day today: The Day of German Beer. Since 1984 the issuance of the "Reinheitsgebot"  (German Beer Purity Law) is celebrated by the German brewers.

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We also did :D

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Cheers!

Bye
Ceryni

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Remscheid, Germany - 1st May 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
today it's the International Worker's Day, so Katja suggested to visit a very important former workplace, the Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex in Essen. To get there, we met Katja's friend Erika and went to Essen by bus and train.

We met in Remscheid-Hasten.

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Erika brought a birthday present for Katja, she was celebrating her birthday last week. Erika covered pieces of bananas with dark chocolate and decorated them with real flowers, with ground ivy, in German they are called "Gundermann".  Those plants are edible, in ancient times they were used as a preservation spell against plague and also as a medical plant.

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Of course everyone tasted them, they were delicious :)

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Essen, Germany - 1st May 2010

By: olgamaus

We reached Essen and went to Zeche Zollverein by tram.

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The Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex is a large former industrial site in the city of Essen. It has been inscribed into the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites since December 2001.

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The first coal mine on the premises was founded in 1847, mining activities took place from 1851 until 1986.

The two parts of the site, Zollverein Coal Mine and Zollverein Coking Plant ranked among the largest of their kinds in Europe. The Zollverein Coking Plant was erected in the late 1950's, closed in 1993. Shaft 12, built in Bauhaus style, was opened in 1932 and is considered an architectural and technical masterpiece, called "the most beautiful coal mine in the world". After it had been closed down in late 1986, shaft 12 was declared as a memorial. You can see it on the very first photo.

You can walk in the area everywhere, so we took a walk around.

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We decided to visit the coking plant than, we had to walk a few minutes to get there. On our way we saw this gigantic hauling machine.

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Soon we reached to coking plant Zollverein.

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You cannot imagine how large those tubes are!

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Everything is gigantic here - there are screws which are larger than me!

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We reached the end of the coking complex. The artificial channel is opened for ice skating in winter.

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We walked back on the rear side of the coking plant.

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We went to the visitor's center than which is situated in the former coal washing plant. You can see the old machines here. It is quite dark here in this part of the complex.

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We found a beer garden on the estate, we all needed refreshing.

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When we went back to the central station, we had to wait for our train. We made good use of our time :D

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I am glad that I do not have to work in a coal mine.

Bye
Ceryni

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Remscheid, Germany - 6th May 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,

we took a walk in the afternoon. Although the sun was shining it was rather cold. We went to the municipal park first to have a look at the ducks. We hoped to see cute ducklings but it seems there are still no ducklings.

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The rhododendron is already blooming.

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This memorial is dedicated to the dead of severals wars earlier than World War I.

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We left the park than and walked to one of the oldest districts, to Hasten. You can find those typical old houses here, also old factories among dwellings.

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This district is surrounded by woodland.

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To walk home we had to walk uphill for an eternity.

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Bye
Ceryni

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Wuppertal, Germany - 8th May 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
we visited the neighbour city Wuppertal today. The first thing to see when you enter the city centre is the "Schwebebahn", a suspended monorail, the worldwide one and only of that kind.

The Schwebebahn is built above the river Wupper. It was opened in 1901 and it is still in use as a local transport system. It travels along a route 13.3 kilometres long, about 12 metres  above the surface of the river Wupper  and about 8 m above the city streets.

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We took a short walk along the river Wupper. Here you can see the Schwebebahn in front of a bank building.

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The Schwebebahn has 20 stations, each of it built in a different style, some in the original old-fashioned style, some in a modern style. This one is definitely one of the modern ones.

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We went with the Schwebebahn for three stations.

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Here you can see the train leaving into the other direction.

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Katja told us that we would visit the Botanical Garden than, high upon the hillside. The city of Wuppertal is situated in the valley of the river Wupper, the slopes of the valley are really steep, so in Wuppertal about 500 stairs were built  along the slopes. Most of them were built in 19th century when the housing areas grew. Here is one of them.

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We reached the Botanical Garden than. It was originally built in 1890 as a school garden in the place which is now the rose garden. Between 1908-1910 it relocated to today's site, the Villa Eller'schen, a former country house of textile manufacturers named Eller, which contained a villa , orangery, residential and farm buildings, and the Elise Tower (built 1838) which provides the garden's focal point.

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First we had a look at the greenhouses.

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We decided to climb onto the tower.

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The outlook is fantastic!

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On this zoomed photo you can see the city centre with the characteristic bank building.

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Here you can see the greenhouses.

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This is the villa, in the former orangery nowadays a nice café is situated.

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We saw lots of pretty flowers.

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Here you can see part of the villa. The former orangery is containing a nice café nowadays.

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Of course we posed for a nice group photograph.

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It was time than to leave.

Bye
Ceryni

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Solingen, Germany - 14th May 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
we took a walk today in the neighbour city Solingen, in the valley and hills of the river Wupper. We started our trip in Solingen-Widdert. From here we walked downhill to reach the Wupper valley. In those rural districts you can often find the traditional old houses, called "Bergische Häuser".

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This is the river Wupper which I already saw last weekend in Wuppertal. About 20 km from here the Wupper will flow into river Rhine close to Leverkusen.

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We followed our path uphill until we were about 120 m above the valley. You have great overlook from here.

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We walked through the forest, over hill and dale. Sometimes we had to cross smaller creeks.

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We took a group photograph ...

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... at the foot of this impressive rock.

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We had to cross another creek. This is the bridge that was once leading across it.

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We had to balance over a few stones instead.

Finally we reached the river Wupper again.

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We walked through a hamlet with lots of pretty old houses.

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One of the local farmers is selling potatoes, eggs and honey here in this booth. Nobody is watching over the goods here, you can take what you want to buy and put the money into the savings box. We bought potatoes and eggs.

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Bye
Ceryni

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Remscheid-Lennep, Germany - 16th May 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
we went to Remscheid- Lennep today. Lennep is the oldest district of the municipal area, with own municipal law since the 1260's years. This district belongs to Remscheid as part of the city since 1929 A.D.

Lennep still has its medieval  city core. Many of the old houses are under monument protection.

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This is the market place, the farmer's market is held here twice a week.

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This is the "Roentgen-Museum". Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen, the founder of the x-rays, was born in Lennep in 1845 A.D.

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This is the school which Katja attended until 1982.

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This is one of the annexe of the old school building.

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Bye
Ceryni

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traveling home, to Hamburg - 21st May 2010

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
I decided to travel home for a while. Before I said goodbye to all my friends here I welcomed Bart and Squirt, another turtle.  I really enjoyed my stay here at olgamaus' home, but now it's time to make room for another turtle :)

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I think I'll be home tomorrow - at least the German Mail promises so.

Bye
Ceryni


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Hamburg, Germany - 27th July 2010

By: Mondfalke

Hello!
I am home for a few weeks now and I am ready for some new adventures. I am not sure yet where I will go next but I am sure I will find great new hosts!

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