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... bunk, a superficial wound, but one that bled like buggery. And, once in my berth, the fit for someone my size was a little snug, to say the least. But once we got going, the train's rhythm proved quite soothing, and I soon drifted off to sleep, waking only occasionally as the train lurched around a bend! On balance, not a bad option, my only regret being that I missed Austria, my three hours within its borders spent flat on my back! Once in Munich, I ditched my suitcase ...
... basically questions and assailed the dogma of the Roman Catholic Church. He was later excommunicated by the Pope. But he is basically why we have Protestants today. The word Protestant means one who protests against the teachings of the Catholic Church. I would have loved to have stopped, but we were only in the station for two minutes! Maybe some other time.
Just as got off the train in Berlin, Sandy's back tightened up with a huge ...
... grolilla grabbed the huge rope in his enclosuer and wacked it against the glass window scaring everyone and making everyone jump!! We even saw two grown elephants mate! Right in front of our eyes! It was crazy, funny and we got it all on film! The zoo was fun and we were able to see lots of animals and birds inside! Which was much warmer! After the zoo we went to the aquarium, which was about 3 levels high and was fairly good. ...
... bread. Everyone else keeps screwing their noses up and the different varieties I buy ... Have no idea why....
first food mistake today - mark wanted a sausage - we thought wed interpreted the sign properly and he was going to sample a real German sausage .. No, sorry it was sausage soup. Close. He enjoyed it though and went back for the sausage.
okay, that's it for today .... Until the next Starbucks session ...
Today we visited the Berlin Olympic Stadium. This is a giant facility that rivals some of the largest stadiums I have seen. This is the same stadium where Jesse Owens earned four gold medals in 1936. We saw the balcony designed for Hitler, the field, the VIP area, the team locker room and other areas. The Stadium hosted a men's World Cup final and a women's world cup final. The girls were very excited to see this football (soccer) field. Linda was ...