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... post bombing has now been rebuilt, even using some of the own bricks, which because of science, have been placed in the same spot it was before. I also visited an exhibit about clocks in Dresden which was very interesting. One of the coolest parts about Dresden was that a scene from the movie, The Grand Budapest Hotel was shot there.
Speaking of movies, I also had the chance to attend the Berlin film festival. I saw the film, How to Win at Checkers (Every time). ...
... except I wasn’t looking forward to the bus ride.
I ended up leaving the presentation during the short break with Camille because we both had to go to Carrefour to buy some groceries (which worked out because I wasn’t walking to the store alone). I don’t know if I mentioned Camille before, but she’s from the Nuremberg Campus in Germany. (she’s German, but ...
... so far. No internet, just condensation on the windows. It was a long ride, over 5 hours, but the outside world was interesting with forests and villages, storks and crazy drivers. Our driver was really very good but at one point he had slam on the brakes to avoid hitting an old woman on a bike. A big truck had come around a corner from the other direction spoiling our drivers passing manoeuvre. The old woman didn't even flinch ...
... down, the risk was that the West German walk signal would become the standard, but the Ampelmann was rescued and there are now Ampelmann shops around also. We found an Ampelmann shop on our way into Berlin and spent 20 minutes exploring the range of Ampelmann products, including dog collars (walk, get it), tea towels, bed covers and so on. We met two ladies on different trains. One from Sweden and one from The Netherlands – very friendly and keen to chat. ...
... spent in a train for most of it. When we got to Berlin HBF train station we were really impressed with how modern it was.
When we walked outside of the train station, it was raining. We decided to catch a cab (Mercedes B series) to our hotel.
I guess we will explore more of Berlin ...