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... to track work, and get off at Cologne. But the people getting on at Duisburg needed our seat, so Terry had to stand up for about 20 minutes, but I only had to stand for 10. The corridors were full of people and bags, and I couldn't get to the toilet. Uncomfortable.
Cologne was confused, but we managed a seat on the next train, not next to the window which we'd paid for, so we couldn't see the view very well. Terry had envisaged being in a comfortable seat, ...
... days as well, including one on Berlin's alternative street scene / culture, and one on a nearby concentration camp.
On another note, yesterday I also had my second German lesson and was surprised to find that it was actually meant to be my third! It seems that the course is actually four days a week (Monday through Thursday), which means that I am getting excellent value for the amount of money that I have paid: 48 hours of teaching time for about $300!
... one of my favourite places in Berlin. Although I still feel I haven't even explored the surface yet of Berlin. There are always so many new things that I hear about and great little suburbs that we discover. It is such a vibrant and interesting city. We both really love it here. We soon stumbled upon a vegan burger shop with peanut satay sauce and tofu paties. We stopped and bought a burger each. They were so yummy and even had beet root on them! The burgers ...
... from underneath them emerges a two-brick wide line which marks the exact path of the original outer wall. This path extends all around the city. While I'm sure everybody does it, I couldn't resist taking a photo with one foot on each side of the former border between east and west.
Further up the road just before the Jewish Memorial is a display board showing period photos of the wall arrangement along that stretch of what is now Ebertstrasse, complete with a dot ...
... Translated that means a pair of coarse fried Augustiner sausages with mashed potatoes & sauerkraut! It was delicious! Here is a pic for you!
Over all had a lovely day & a lovely evening. Crazy Jack made me laugh when he surprised me wearing hotel slippers & robe. Gotta love the guy, even after 40 years!