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... to sell the farmers grow the beautiful fields of tulips you see in all the pictures but cut off the flowers after only a week or so to keep the energy focused on bulb and not flower. And tulips are perfect for Alberta, they need a long cold winter and a dry summer.
Then it was the train which afforded us a long needed break to nap, write and read. We arrived in Berlin and found some Vietnamese for dinner.
We drove to Berlin, stopping for lunch and a look around in Dresden. Dresden was bombed by the allies in WW2 most likely as a bit of a threat to the others to show them what they had left, as the war was nearly over. The city turned into a huge fireball and almost nothing was left. They re-constructed the whole city using some new and some old stone blocks. You can see the soot still on some of the stones. We got curry wurst for lunch, a sausage chopped up in curry flavoured sauce. ...
... my parents and I had their standard breakfast offering. We were surprised to learn that when it said “your choice of pastries” they actually wanted us to just come over to the counter and choose from the fresh baked options they had available. We thought we would get a croissant and maybe a roll but the different things they had were incredible. We quickly ventured right back into dessert territory to join Bree and Phil with our choices of custard filled ...
... style coffee is too strong a lure for us to resist. This was run by a New Zealander, but we gave them the benefit of the doubt. Turns out our antipodal neighbours did not let us down and the coffee was delicious. So was the meat pie I had and the bacon and avocado muffin Lauren had. While we didn't have a full breakfast there again, it became a tradition to walk over and grab a couple ...
... I just stare at them blankly because hey, I have no clue what youre saying to me. And of course I am the only tourist there (probably) so they dont know!!!! I love this. I love being in a place without a single tourist in sight, even though the most beautiful places are often where the most tourists are. I bought some new clothes, so nice, since I have been wearing the same stuff for so long.
Where to begin. Oh. My. Gosh. Dresden itself is a ...