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... plan and costs 3.5million euros ($6m) to build. Jeremy was super impressed with the airport and all the little details about how it works, so there is an endorsement right there in regards to their attention to detail! This place gets crazy busy. There can be over 1000 in here at the one time and it isn't that big. We paid a bit extra and attended an after hours tour which limited the number of people. Tomorrow we leave on another ICE train for a 1.5 hour trip east to Berlin. ...
... Classes in Germany are a lot more laid back and attendance is not required. The teachers give you a "script" which is the powerpoint they teach from that contains everything for the class. Also, classes are an hour and a half at a time, with three of my classes being 3 hour lectures! On the plus side, I am done with class by 11:30 on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and no class on Friday! It will allow me to do a lot of travel!
Well, that's all I have for now, off to class for me!
... and got a soul
down the square rail and some lines in the bowl. Steph and Christine
walked around for hours and had fun on the mini trampolines, balance
course and hula hoop lessons. We left after dark and headed to a
Mexican place on Christine's suggestion. We were just glad that we
didn't have to eat Christine's food again... The food was pretty nice
and I had a nice Hefeweizen. Then we caught the train back and
crashed out on the ...
... zero which was a bonus and actually not dissimilar to Dunedin in the winter. It is supposed to snow tomorrow in Berlin though so that should be fun :) I'd quite like to go back to Hamburg in the spring or summer, because I think it would look really nice. We didn't explore as much as we had hoped in the end but I did enjoy what we managed to see.
I'm currently writing this on the train to Berlin, and I'm sad to say it's only a short trip this time, only ...
... br> Because of the costs the teachers decided that we had to go by bus and not by plane which would approximately take us a day. Great. We didn't know just HOW great it would get on the way, especially when we hit the Czech republic.
A few weeks before the journey we had a meeting and watched a film (Kontroll, watch it, it's great) and prepared ourselves for the trip and what we would do ...