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... we found that the next train was an hour away, and we were a bit concerned we might not be able to get back to our hotel tonight. So we walked back to the hotel and joined G&G for dinner in the hotel restaurant. A very traditional German restaurant and I was extremely pleased to see potato dumplings on the menu. Not to mention the schwartz (dark) beer..hic..
Tomorrow morning we're heading off early to Nurnberg. Hopefully we can visit a couple villages that my ...
... desks. I was able to plug my computer into the electrical outlet, but my WLAN was not able to connect to the internet here. I asked later and was told that I could do so in another area of the building.
I’m not surprised that it finally happened—just how long it took. Upon leaving the Deutsche Nationalbibliothek on Monday afternoon I located the Tram stop for my return to the apartment. However, instead of taking the tram, I decided to walk to a restaurant that ...
... I took the tram back to the LDS Church to inquire about the hours of the Genealogische Forschungsstelle (Family History Center). I was greeted by two Elders as I entered the building. It turned out that they were both from Utah and had been in Germany for about eighteen months. I indicated that I had been there earlier in the week, but the center had been closed. I also inquired if it would be open either this coming Tuesday or the following Monday or Tuesday. ...
... typically iced with vanilla icing. So I thought that was a good start. Before dinner I decided to head to Richard-Wagner-Platz for the Fanfest WM game between Germany and France on a large outdoor television screen. I watched with about 500 or more Germans. There was even one brave soul in the crowd waving the tri-color flag of France. When the game was over I headed to a restaurant that I found on the internet which seemed definitely American—the Texas Inn. I thought ...
... br> Medizin—Zentrale Ambulanz (central outpatient department) so I went to the
machine to request a service number. I had to wait less than 5 minutes to
be called to the window where I explained what I wanted. She indicated that I
would need to go to Warterbereich 2 (waiting area 2) and then mentioned
something about Zimmer (room) 10. I found the area without any problem and sat
for a while and waited. I then decided that I actually needed to ...
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