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... d be on huge train over lunch and there's just no way I'm buying train food! After following googles less than perfect instructions to the train station I arrived just in time to get on the train. The trains are definitely getting busier and as I'm not booking seats I did have to move compartments once, which is less than fun with luggage. I got off at an extremely large train station - as in multi level massive train station which was a little intimidating when you're trying to figure ...
... what would arrive. We needn’t have worried as what came were 2 baked pork hocks with the meat falling off the bone & excellent, dark brown bread, all for about $15 each. That made the journey home seem a lot easier
Saturday 7th June
Up early today & had an excellent breakfast before visiting the local Aldi where bottled water was 19c a 1.5 L bottle & they had very cheap mens shirts but only in size 5XXL, ...
... as well. The day was wet and drizzly which didn't make the market as good as areas were boggy and very wet. We stayed there for a couple of hours, sampling some food ( Turkish breads with spinach as it reminded me of Selznik), I bought licorice as I really wanted some . We dropped off our things back at the flat as we were cold and needed a cup of tea before heading out again. I really wanted to go to aAlexander Platz again and see if ...
... br style="color: rgb(17, 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;"># of times we did laundry: 3
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 13 (German - Schmetterling)
# of holes in Amberīs sneakers: 3
Next stop: Doing what we do best: exploring Berlin east and west.
... the DDR Museum. This is an interactive hands on museum giving you an insight as to what it was like living the GDR way of life. There are photos of different professions and what people earned (showing how little they earned compared to the cost of goods), written extracts from people who lived there and the supply shortage of food (bread rolls sold out by 10am!), cars, school life for children, "problem" children being put in pretty much prison conditions, ...