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... from. Rip and stuff. Break and jam. Suck and chew. If the damn thing won’t fit in your designer purse you cruelly snap it in two and force it in there. You make it fit! They sop with them and dip with them and pile things on them and in them. We loved that they loved their baguettes...and we loved that they love their wine! Their vineyards are beautiful. Lovingly kept. Hard work for sure, but they take that very seriously too....or there ...
... another local speciality. They were both delicious but shadowed by the beer which was really nice due to the purity laws on brewing in Germany.
We then headed back out into the cold to the Christmas markets. It took all of 10 minutes before the group got split up in the large crowd. Joel and I was with Carli and Anja and we wandered around the market enjoying the sights, sounds and especially the culinary delights. I spoilt myself by having a ...
... so Tom and I thought we would head into the city in the morning to do some last minute shopping and mail some postcards. Somehow, despite excellent planning and time management, we ended up with not enough time to accomplish our tasks without missing the train. We then literally ran through the old town to get back to the train station and went sprinting down the platform with my suitcase in tow. I got on with about 42 seconds to spare before the train pulled ...
... which was fun. We not only walked to the zoo - at least an hour from where we are staying, but also walked home - in the rain. Think we did about 15kms - no need to worry about public transport for us!
things we have learnt about berlin - when they have a wedding, apparently all the cars go down a street honking their horns and flashing their lights. Scared the **** out of Michelle and I! Also heard sounds ...
On the way to Amsterdam, the bus was fully loaded except for 1 or 2 seats. The 8 seats around me were all filled with Australians so we all got chatting and discussing what everyone's plans were for the next few days. The tour guide on the bus was a Canadian guy (Ben) who was a bit of a weirdo (he performed a rap on the bus. It was pretty terrible) Although, he was a pretty good salesman as he sold me a comedy show, a pub crawl and a bike tour as well as a 3 day ...
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