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... Oh what fun! Good help along the way and we eventually
found Michelle and Sven. It was a great
evening with them. When it was time to
leave Michelle came to the station with us to make sure about the train home, they
assured her there was a direct route home.
Wrong!! We changed trains three times!! Anyway we arrived home safely.
Friday again we started off
around 9.30 am our usual supermarket ...
... Isabell prepared a delicious breakfast of fresh bread rolls, cheese, fruit, spreads and juices was yummy and a great start to the day. Finishing our breakfast, she suggested we should get a better view of Berlin by going on a river cruise. All five of us enjoyed close encounters with low bridges and took in all the sights as we sipped wine and beer and munched on bratwurst. One of our companions however didn't get to see many sights, rather the inside of ...
On Saturday, we started on a three hour tour of Berlin. We started off at the Berliner Dom and went right next to it to see the Altes Museum. It was in the square in front of the museum that Hitler had one of his first rallies. From there we went to see the Neues Museum which houses the tomb from Queen Nefertiti and many other important artifacts from ancient Rome, Greece and Egypt. This building was rebuilt after WWII but ...
... stand had opened on the square and we got some goats for Kathy’s desk at work. We really haven’t obtain too much in souvenirs, as we have to carry it all back to America and we are already exceeding the weight limit.
Got into the car and let the navigation system guide us out of the city, and then a problem, road construction and no one had told the GPS system. The GPS led us into a deadend street at the Poznan railway station. ...
... have all, in some ways, become like family to me and as the count down for our time here begins to reach its limit I can't help but feel how much I will miss all these people. Paul and I are now on a buss to Hamburg (apparently it is the erotic capital of the country) the last stop on our way back to Dresden. Saying goodbye to Josie was a sad occasion and it seems like no coincidence that my first day in the city was the sunniest I've experienced in the country and our last is the ...