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... Saw the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gates. Jumped back on the bus, bus dropped us at furtherest point and next bus took us only halfway from the starting point. Had 3.7km walk back to hotel (best way to see the city). Berlin is very flat and is either a walking or cycling ...
... two men 90 minutes using machinery! It was fascinating to watch the super-skinny tractor going between the vines and shaking the grapes off. We also had the chance to visit Trier, the old Roman city and see some great buildings, like the Cathedral which was started in something like 500AD! Have I also mentioned that Saturday is cleaning day – when you go to the cemetery to clean the plots where family are buried. And when it is Springtime, you ...
... so we didn't stay long.
We walked back past the Brandenburg Gate for an appointment to visit the Reichstag - the large, symmetrical Parliament building, topped off by Sir Norman Foster's glass creation on top, towards the back of the building. It's supposed to represent the transparent nature of modern German politics, by being able to see straight down into the debating chamber - but today it had the main effect of being an enormous greenhouse, bathing sweaty ...
... found my way, and got lost again. Finally I found the street my hostel was on (all I know is that it starts with a G, don't test me on my German) and walked down for ten minutes in a thunder storm until I found the pretty green building. Some of the people I was originally supposed to meet were outside drinking tea and beer, laughing at the soaking wet dog who showed up two hours late. I told them about my long walk, and found out the street I was supposed to find ...
... it must have been close. The bus made a number of stops. Pieter woke up at one stop. Raewyn said 'this is some sort of odd cartoon town'. Pieter said 'with a goat?'. And yes, it was with a goat. There was a goat related theme park in town an Pieter had a postcard of it at home. We named the town 'Rosie town' after our goat. [Andrzej has since contacted us and let us know that Rosie town is a town called Pacanow. A few decades ago, ...