Travel in Europe

thanks Dusseldorf…



 
As our final stop, the city of Dusseldorf was a gem. Like most German cities, the cleanliness and feel of the city was top notch.


The surprise with the city however, was the funky edge that existed quietly within the architecture of the city streets. Guggenheim visionary Frank Gehry just to name one, had a hand in the creation of a few of the cities most unique creations including the one below.

Just beyond the strip of modern architecture the city morphed into a more traditional looking neighborhood with colorful apartment homes and autumn leaves lining the sidewalks. 

The afternoon was cool and overcast but perfect nonetheless. A really great way to spend our last day of European exploration and a nice last memory of our journey.

Homeward Bound,
adam



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