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Bmi regional flies once daily on Mondays, Wednesdays and Sundays to Dusseldorf from Bristol and twice daily on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The seats were comfy for a budget airline, with plenty of leg room and the staff friendly and efficient.
On arrival in Dusseldorf, we took a two minute walk to the Maritim Hotel via a pedestrian bridge.
Devil's advocate: What's the difference between this and getting heavily into any other character-based RPG? Even when we become completely immersed in a game, we acknowledge the boundaries of the "magic circle".
Assuming these guys have the cognitive faculties to know the difference between the real and the virtual (hardly a stretch), this could easily be viewed as just another type of harmless escapist fantasy, to go alongside the other types of harmless fantasy we all play. I thought we as gamers understand that a connection between people and certain games (which are just virtual entertainment most of the time) is something that can go a bit further than the mainstream "norm". No, not really (though I know I fell a little bit in love with Annah from Planescape: Torment on my very first playthrough). We acknowledge that the game is only 'real' within that circle.