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Caught the train around 945 for the days journey to Berlin, passing through Hamburg. The countryside is much more open, the soils look darker and there seems to be more cereal farming. It is still very green and lush. I suppose summer is their growing season. Grant looked up their rainfall and surprisingly it is not as high as you would imagine. Stockholm is only 23inches. I guess things ...
... Jack yells some profanities, I think he gets most of it in the bowl though. I drift asleep again then I wake up to a girls voice and... Ganzer. There's a small discussion and then two sets of footsteps away from the room. Now my alarm is going off, my first instinct is that I've woken up back in Tomorrowland! Then I remember that's just my awesome alarm tone, that Jack especially loves, he gets up and dances as I get dressed, as I try to leave with Paul to go for ...
... more than 25% of the population was under 18 years of age. They have no recollection of a divided city. It can only get better.
Our next stop is Lithuania. But first a train ride to Germany's northern port city of Kiel and an overnight boat ride to Lithuania's port city of Klaipeda. See you in the next edition..
... Wall and had a full on photo shoot! Theeeen we walked for days to get to a part of Berlin that had people younger than 105...we found our fellow youngsters eventually in Alexander Platz ! Now we are exhausted and are sitting in a Starbucks staring at the trams passing by and wandering how the hell we are going to get home. ...
... up for the day.
As we didn't have the boys with us, we decided to visit the Ka De We store, to look at their food hall. Even though I am not a great cook I love food halls – we have seen Harrods and Galleries Lafayette, so we were looking forward to this.
We caught the 200 bus from Alexanderplatz down to the western part of Berlin. First we went to see the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial ...