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2. We had hired a "self repair workshop" We had inspected the pipe and found the wrong one was supplied. When we wanted to drive the car away the pinhole leak became a full blown hole leak with oil gushing everywhere. We had touched the pipe while examining it. The car was no longer drivable.
3. We had to leave it there and catch the bus ...
... without fear, we quickly booked boarded a bus and a 6 hour car ride turned into a 9 hour bus adventure. On the way to Amsterdam, I booked a flight home. Traveling in Europe is quite fun!
I wish I could tell you about the German and Dutch countryside, but if you know me well, you know that I slept almost the entire bus ride. I remember lots of windmills.
When we arrived in Amsterdam, we took a taxi to the apartment we had rented for ...
... standing next to the museum, we decided to make our way back to the hotel to regroup before dinner. My parents decided to stay in and just have a quick dinner at the hotel that night but encouraged Bree, Phil and I to head out and see some more of Berlin and grab a bite someplace. So we walked around the Mitte district where our hotel was located and stopped in at a little café for a beer before settling on a little Italian place for dinner. It was great to spend some ...
... a bus was in place of it. We couldn't find the bus stop the guy told us, so we gave up and decided we'd attempt to walk - how far could it really be haha!! Before we headed on our way we came across another shop, bought a couple more things...then headed towards our hotel. We totally underestimated the distance to the hotel - all up we walked 11km today, and our feet were killing us again! Suckers for punishment I guess :-). But the one good thing, was we did come across a cool ...
... back in Griffith, putting into perspective that the prisoners were housed like animals and were only a number. Our guide Taylor told us many brutal stories about what some work details included, how people were tortured and brutally murdered including the neck shot and the death marches. The tour and stories really helped communicate this history in the very place it happened and is an experience that I will never forget. During our ...