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... a train to Rheinfelden, a lovely town where my friend’s girlfriend lives. We had dinner at a restaurant by the Rhine River, with Germany at the other side of the river. My friend & I then caught a train back to Zurich.
Next morning we caught a train to a mountain called Veltiberg, which overlooked Zurich. I climbed an observation tower from which I could get an even better view of Zurich & Lake Zurich. We caught the train back to the city & ...
... Berchtesgaden where, after lunch, we explored some of the bunkers that have been unearthed there. Sad to think that all the farmers that had been in the area were moved off their land, so as to allow for a Nazi township..... Which is now gone. Learned so much from our guide about Hitler's rise, and about him. An amazing day, definitely one of the highlights of our trip. Back late.... ...
We finally headed back to the train station, got my 5th and final pretzel, and got on the train back to Prague. This week I have more classes and I am actually starting to get homework. This concept of "homework" is very foreign to me right now as I haven't had any since early December. It will take some getting used to again. Finally, this weekend I have another trip lined up. This time I am going to Budapest, Hungary!
Until next time,
... and I know it has made me an even more humble person. Enough about the flat though, let me share with you my last few days in London.
Wednesday was my packing day. It didn’t take as long as expected but it was hard to do it in front of Katrin because I felt bad for leaving her. The next day was the FNF Christmas party and we were all set to wear cheesy jumpers (that’s the UK’s way for saying sweaters). It was very hard to get any work done ...
... standard type of OZ/ Irish Pub and was really ideal for this match. There were already a dozen or so Kiwis there and everything was set for a great afternoon’s football.
When it started there were about 30 Kiwis and 10 Aussie’s. We had our beers and had ordered lunch. John has Salmon, salad and fries with mine being a mixed platter of Chicken wings, strips of chicken tikka, onion rings, squid rings, spare ribs, wedges etc. It ...