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... different. Nobody seems to know what a credit card here, almost nobody speaks English, and I have no idea what I ate for lunch today but I think it was chicken. One very strange thing I noticed is at the airport, people would park their cars in the loading zones, and just abandon them. Definitely no LAX ticket guys prowling around. Also, every single car is either a Mercedes, bmw, or Volkswagen. Even my taxi was a Mercedes. So it seems like the city is very wealthy, with ...
... though both our brains are currently in a state of mush from information overload, after learning what feels like the entire history of Berlin and Germany in the space of 5-6 hours! One of my favourite sites of the day was the "Memorial to the Victims of War and Tyranny". This is essentially a massive room, with bare walls and simple stones paving the floor, with a marble platform in the centre, holding a statue of a mourning mother sat cradling her dying ...
... charm. Though a short 24 hours isn't long enough to make a proper assessment of a city. From the Czech Republic we headed to Berlin and stayed a few nights. I was overcome on my first visit with thoughts of the war, and found it very humbling and striking at how the Germans explain and take ownership of what they did in the war and holocaust. I found they perhaps live too much in regret for this past, and after two to three generations past, they ...
... the back roads of the Czech Republic. Quaint little cottages and meandering roads. It was was a lovely to sit and watch the landscape flow by. Played cards and ate M&Ms. It was a long trip but great fun. The river through the Czech Republic and Germany that the train ran beside was beautiful and a delight to look at. Arrived in Germany and was 6 hours into this part of the journey when the new German conductor asked for our ticket. On the ticket there ...
... was a lighthearted way to end the tour. After a quick lunch we went for a big wander around the city and did a bit of shopping and sightseeing before heading back to the hostel to deal with our washing. We hung out in the courtyard for the afternoon and caught up with people as they came back from their adventures. Erin arranged a pub crawl for the evening and turned it into a scribble party so we all had ...