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... and, upon opening the luggage carriage, found a full-scale row in progress. Apparently what was happening, though it was all in German so I couldn't follow precisely, was that a senior station staff member was telling the bike owners in the carriage that they had to get off because the train couldn't leave until all bikes were cleared away. The bike owners were refusing, saying that they had paid to transport their bikes and it wasn't their fault that the type of train ...
... our gate with 2 hours to spare.
We caught the bus and then sat in traffic. And sat. 45 minutes later, I was getting a little worried. However, the saving grace was catching the Q train just as we got to the station at 60th street, then catching a train at Penn Station that left almost the moment we stepped onto it. We ended up getting to our terminal 15 minutes after 11.
Now, expecting a long wait at the security checkpoint, ...
... track someone down when they aren't where they are supposed to be. So we sat down and had a beer and waited for him to show up. And show up he did, eventually, although it to him a while longer yet. There is still some debate about who was mostly in the wrong but Mike and Dave were not on the same page when it came to directions that night. Mike told us his tale of woe over a glass of local beer and we soon had him calmed down and ready to hang out ...
... of the most tolerant cities, for example with homosexuality. There are bears all around the city in Berlin (ie the Olympic bear). There are pipes above ground that allows them to send water and other things to the construction sites. Berlin is still restoring many of the buildings from WWII. One of the main streets where these monuments is Unter den Linden. They have ampel men that is the symbol of being able to cross the street. Green ampel man means you can cross and red ...
So we leave the Wall under gray skies and pouring rain. But the city is smiling and there is sunshine, hopes, and dreams. Now united, Berlin shows the ravages of war and demarcation, but those scars are fading with each succeding generation. As ...