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... starting our drive, we went down to the Rhine river once more for the kids. We all skipped rocks again for about 10-15 minutes, then we had to say good-bye to the lovely Rhine and Bacharach. We might return, but we wouldn't stay at the Kranenturm, most likely. Things have changed there. Maybe if you didn't know what it was like before, you'd be okay with it. But it doesn't hold the magic for us as it once did, which is a shame.
... around on the third reich tour. He did his masters on Nazism and the Vietnam war and how each people deals with the aftermath of that. It actually sounded really interesting and it's a shame I didn't get to continue on the conversation. We were off to the Berlin Zoo though. After navigating the transport system and ticketing machines, we arrived at Berlin Zoo. It's meant to be famous as it houses loads of species. I was disappointed as the enclosures were ...
... wanted the Germans to win for Europe. They were actually very into it and going crazier than the Germans themselves. At the end of normal time with the game still scoreless I needed some snus from one of the Danes to calm me down before the extra time period started. I had expected a more comprehensive result but we were made to wait a while for the euphoria. Then it finally happened. With very little time left and everyone anticipating penalties, the Germans scored ...
... it and how well is was preserved. After looking at many other great archealoigical items in the museum, we headed off for an afternoon coffee and cake at no other than Einstein Kaffe!!!!
We ended the day with an amazing dinner at a vegetarian restaurant called Kopps. It was very creative, tasted great and looked amazing!.
Now off to bed and tomorrow we leave Berlin and head towards Prague.... Let's hope our luggage can join us soon
... be good if you have a few of this sort of fan there. Yeah, of course, if the sport were actually any good you could watch it by yourself and still enjoy it just as much.
We'd already eaten - I think - but I saw a World Cup nibble plate on the menu. It cost a pittance but it was pretty impressive. There was so much it didn't actually fit on one plate.
My soccer ...