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Saying goodybe to Norway today. We dropped off the Avis Hyundai and looked lustfully at the 4 Teslas waiting to be rented. The SAS flight pulled out right on time and was boring all the way to Berlin. Boring is good when it comes to air travel. We flailed a bit on arrival trying to figure out the best way to get to our hotel. Bus to town to subway, S-Bahn to U-Bahn to hotel, and more. In the end, a taxi was chosen to ...
... our way to our hotel for the evening. I had been given a couple gift cards to the Ritz Carlton over the last few years and low and behold, found they had one in Berlin. It was within 5 miles of the airport so that is where our reservation was. OK, there is something quite special pulling up to a Ritz with a reservation. They just have a way about them in every regard. What a class place (knowing we didn’t have to really pay felt ...
... was a hatrick, which is a Kropp fmaily tradition where you get presented with 3 drinks and have to down them, this hatrick was care of Rob and Brendon was the unfortunate recipient of 3 warm Jaeger miniatures at the train station.
The train was packed soon enough so it was lucky we had the beers to keep us cool. At the stadium the crowd had started to form and whilst we finished off our drinks it was awesome to see the Olympic rings and think of the history of ...
... like a well oiled machine. We bought our 1L ceramic stein, took it to the monk and he filled it up with his beer that they had been making since 1621. It was good.
Slightly full of ancient monk beer, we strolled through town looking for adventure. Best we could muster was an outdoor opera in the rain.
... ready for bed!
Our last night here in Berlin. Tomorrow we pick up the car at 11am and head down to Leipzig. If we manage to get out of Berlin on time, and don't encounter any delays, we're going to go straight to Colditz Castle before heading to our hotel. That way we'll have some time to take in some of the pretty villages outside Nuremberg that my German colleague has suggested.
Anyway, we'll see how we go.
Signing out from Berlin.