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Phew, what a day. After overnight rain the temperature in Berlin was a lot cooler than yesterday. That said it was still in low 20s so very pleasant.
Samson and I picked up the car and managed to navigate our way back to the hotel to pick up G&G. We then headed south towards Colditz Castle. The plan was to save time tomorrow and visit Colditz today. Despite getting a reasonable size car we just managed to squeeze all the bags into the boot. we left the hotel by about 11.30am ...
... would need for my medical appointment on Wednesday. When I arrived at the Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, I went to the security desk to inquire where I needed to go. He directed me to the "information" room where I obtained my library card. I then had to go pay my fee of 6 Euros for a Tageskarte (which is actually good for 2 days). When the security agent saw me attempting to use a 5 Euro bill to pay, he asked if I had enough money in coins. When I responded “No”, he told me ...
... with the stock market gains recently, with only a few minor changes to be considered. Tonight will probably challenge the Ruhezeit (quite time—10 PM – 6 AM) as the World Cup game with Brazil does not start until 10 PM locally. Regardless of the outcome, I would imagine that there will likely be some degree of rowdiness.
As it turned out it was relatively calm and peaceful overnight. I guess that was due to the quite unexpected ...
... Along the way back home I found some refuge from the sun and warmth by walking through an old cemetery that was fully shaded with trees. It turned out to be quite interesting as it was the initial site of Johanniskirche and the original burial site of J. S. Bach.
Over the last week or so I seem to have fallen into a pattern of staying up late (around 2 AM—typical at home) and then obviously getting up later in the day. So as Friday arrived I wondered how can ...
... which was founded by Felix Mendelssohn, the birthplace of Richard Wagner and where he studied music and lived for the early part of his life, it is where Johann Wolfgang von Geothe studied law and there are memorial statues to both he and Friedrich Schiller in the city. There are also many museums, theaters and other musical events here on a regular basis. So I will not suffer from a lack of entertainment options.
Monday I made a trip to the nearby grocery to stock ...