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Germany is a big country, and pretty much land-locked, so we tended to enter and exit it a lot on our travels. I had hoped to do this more to France too, but France being stuck on the western side of Europe, linking Italy and Germany with Spain (and we never made it as far as Spain), we saw much less of France than i'd anticipated. For this blog, I'll write about our day trip to Freiburg, Munich and my second visit to Berlin, but keep in mind that ...
... in. Rome will be even more so I guess. Not as much WW2 sites as I hoped. Thy got rid of most of the Nazi stuff, which I understand. The rest was just bombed to rubble in the war of course. Lots of Cold War stuff since the wall just came down 20+ years ago. Powerful to see the wall and hear stories of escapes, most not successful and ended in death. Most of the beautiful historical buildings were on the eastern Russian side and they did not restore them after the war ...
Firstly, happy Fathers' Day to my amazing husband. After 26 years, he still manages to amaze me... And, he'll have another Father's Day in September when we are home, when he might actually receive a gift. Enough smultz.
We caught the ICE train from Amsterdam at 8 o'clock this morning for Berlin with a change at Duisburg. The train was crowded and chaotic, there was not much room for our luggage, and there were people standing. We were told to stay on at Duisburg, ...
... walking distance from where I happened to be staying.
And surprisingly or not there were some familiar faces there.
This was pretty cool... A book signed by the author of toki pona. What's toki pona? A language made up about ten years ago with just 120 words. Apparently it works and there's a bit of a toki pona community on ...
... the wars much architecture characteristic of the period was built in the form of workers' housing for the rapidly increased population. It suffered as most German towns did during WW II. Only the railway workshops remain as significant employers of the old ...