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... train) to get to our apartment in Friedrichshain. Berlin, being a whole lot bigger than we'd imagined, was not that easy to navigate around. At least not at first when we had no idea which direction to take to our place after exiting the train at Frankfurter Allee. None of us had thought to look it up beforehand so we stood there for a few minutes like total tourists whilst trying to make google maps work on our phones. Eventually we found the street and began to walk ...
... Deventer museum for a quick look while we saved the seats.
Both Deb & I are still pretty sick - at least it's a little better during the daylight as we wheezed and coughed all night.
Deventer is really a nice, no so little Dutch town of about 100,000 inhabitants. It has been some thirty years since I explored Deventer to this degree but it's still home. Rumor has it that the Deventer's have a castle somewhere here - we looked hard, but ...
The bus got stopped at 2am for passport control! These Europeans are so serious! This is Mila taking over Lerato's blog because I need to stress how dramatic this is. She's too simple and to-the-point. Lights switched on at 2:15 AM but that's cool because I'm not getting any sleep in my 3cmX3cm seat space and Lerato's head on me. 1 lady and 1 policeman walk in and say passports and people were scared. Like even I was and I know I'm eu ...
... We told him that and they told us that Dad reminded them of a pastor that came there in the 1990s! What a small, small world. More relatives came in and out throughout the day, and we just feel so fortunate to have met these wonderful friends and family. We hope they come visit us in the USA. We trekked to Arnhem to visit the John Frost bridge, where the Battle of Arnhem was held and Operation Market Garden. What a history ...
... The dogs are all very well behaved and their owners have them on a leash. Just a different part of culture for us to see.
I saw my first church here. This church dates back to 1470. We just don't have dirt that old here in Canada. I think the one thing that impressed me most about Europe is that they actually respect their history. They don't tear it down to make way for a new road....they build the road around their history.
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