was with a man who I thought I would marry. We only saw a few things, and he wasn’t/isn’t the kind of person who’d say, “Hey, let’s check out the COOL stuff off the beaten path”, even though he knew what those places were. Yep, still bitter 10 yrs later. Bastard. Go there, bring cash, and have fun!!!over 5 years ago
Düsseldorf aka: Dusseldorf, DuesseldorfAirport Düsseldorf Niederrhein, Stadtmitte, and Königsallee. Düsseldorf is featured on the lists 2006 Quality of Living Survey Most Livable Cities, Germany's best cities, and 35 Largest European Metropolises by Population.
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I have lived in Düsseldorf for about 3 years and I had the time of my life!
To me, Düsseldorf has it all: many green spaces, biking along the river, glamour, style, Karneval, Altbier, decent public transportation, many different cultures & shops to buy things from all around the world (especially from Japan, which is killer if you’re learning the language),…… basically Düsseldorf just has ‘it’, whatever exactly it is…
My favorite place to eat in Düsseldorf is CURRY, at Hammerstrasse 2 – across the street from Der Neue Zollhof, the Frank Gehry buildings next to the harbor. It is about a 15-20 minute walk down the Rhine from Altstadt. The menu is pretty much limited to currywurst, bratwurst, and pommes, with a few other sides and desserts available. I’d describe currywurst as a sausage with curry ketchup on it. The pommes are hand cut – you’ll frequently see the waiters bringing in crates of fresh potatoes. Other sauces are available – they’ll even serve you a platter with 4 different sauces. Decent bottled beer selection. Friendly wait staff. When visiting friends in Düsseldorf, we always begin our walk along the Rhine with a trip to CURRY. The food is pretty inexpensive, and tastes great.over 6 years ago