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... s Mom instead of a rather bland meal at the pub. Of course having not expected to find such a thing in a small English town we didn’t even both looking but upon discovering it Bree and her mom immediately ducked inside to check out it. As a veteran of these places, Bree’s Dad quickly suggested that the two of us instead check out the coffee shop across the street for some dessert and then meet up with the girls in a bit. So after coffee and cakes (not quite ...
... freezing. My Florida blood doesn't help either though! Anyhow after that soak we found a grocery store. Tried a new yummy thing: pretzel rolls. I know it's not "new" but it's new to me and we loved it. Another yummy thing we had was bratwurst. Though, it is weird that they put a long looking hot dog on a tiny roll. I still can't get over it. Well all in all Berlin was eh. Nothing too exciting and the people were miserable. We couldn't get over how miserable everyone was No ...
... festive mood.
This is another town with an extensive canal system. The architecture is pure Dutch and Die Hoofstraat (the main street) with canals running through it is just beautiful, with any number of Dutch barge-like vessels and other pleasure craft adorning the canal walls. And how they cater for pleasure cruisers! Full facilities are provided for vessels tying up i.e. electricity, water and pump out. All of this is accompanied by a small number of vehicles driving ...
... 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 ...
... 000 pounds in the UK.
The cars are made to order, so every car in the factory is already sold. The car body itself isn't made there, it's brought to the factory as an empty shell and then completely fitted out there. Most parts are put in by hand, with only a few big robot arms being used to install things such as the windscreens and doors. The coolest robot things they had in my opinion were these little automated guided ...