Swan's End Guest House
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Planes, trains & automobiles got me to my final destination - Adina Apartment Hotel Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin. I left for the airport in Toronto @ 5 p.m. on Friday night and was checked into my room in Berlin @ 5 p.m. Saturday, local time. The airport express bus; subway; taxi got me here…..just in time for the last weekend of Oktoberfest!!! Who needs beer?? Not me. ...
Today I woke up early and had breakfast. I had to be ready to go on today's adventure by eight o'clock. After preparing my bag with my wallet, phone, ticket, water and food, I was ready to board the tour trip bus, which would be taking me to my destination where the adventure would start. Arriving at the bottom of Niagara Falls I looked up and saw a beautiful waterfall, wanting to hop on the tour boat as soon as possible. We cruised over to the falls and hearing the mass amount ...
... to leave at 8:40pm so we decided to make best use of the wifi while we could.
MYC starts on Saturday and it's nice knowing we have to take everything we brought with us - no more packing decisions! We're unsure what to expect but are looking forward to a spiritually uplifiting weekend around God's word discussing the perophet Elijah. Not sure how well we'll go at recounting the whole week for you all, but we'll do ...
... of appropriate baking equipment and the fact we'd offered to do 2 cakes as there was going to be 80 people.
Thursday morning we had some business items to attend to and then in the afternoon we took advantage of the empty apartment and bought all of the cake ingredients and started baking. We made 6 cakes in total, three chocolate and three vanilla. The idea was that we would layer them on top of one another alternating flavours, like top deck chocolate. The end ...
... jumper called a Focker. Yes that's right. From Dusseldorf we took a train into Recklinghausen. (Am I tired yet?? Yeah!!). Then we took a taxi to the coffee shop where we surprised Uncle Conrad. He had no idea we were coming. Thanks to his wonderful wife Verena, who kept our secret all summer. Way to go Verena!!