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Sunday was a day primarily of leisure. We spent time reviewing prior research findings and making some plans for the coming week. We had dinner at the apartment fixing frische Heilbutt mit Salicornia und Rosenkohl (fresh halibut with sea oats and accompanied by Brussels sprouts). Salicornia is a some-what salty plant that grows in marshes and is considered a good accompaniment for fresh fish. It was our first experience tasting this but it was quite OK.
Monday we planned to arrive ...
After we had checked in our luggage (the backpack, which seem to be categorised as sport luggage) we have the first funny episode:
We are standing in line for the security check and witness a man being taken to small cabin for an intensive body search. After a few minutes we are finally up for the metal detector and Dirk goes first. The detector won't stop beeping and Dirk has to go back ...
As we were so close to Stuttgart (30 miles) it would have been churlish not to visit the Merc Museum. (Porsche also built one but whereas we could maybe afford a Merc, the other probably wouldn't be very practical?)
Anyway, Tom Tom took us directly to the Merc Stadium where we were able to park for free and after a short walk the rather striking museum building (next ...
... of the church and the original old mill in Malsch, we had to hit the road again to make it to our stop in Stuttgard to see Adam's favorite, the Mercedes museum, and then make it to Munich at a decent time.
Another round on the autobahn and our 160 km/hr later and we were in Stuttgard, Germany. I guess we chose the day that there was some kind of marathon so after we parked, weaved in and out of ...
... study was just not for me. It was not living alone, actually, I loved my flat. It was going to a University I didn't like and studying things I couldn't convince myself about. It was forcing myself every morning to get up and every evening to not thinking about quitting.
It's something I never wanted to do. It's something that felt so wrong. Although it felt so right at the same time.
I like to study. I really do. If I see a sense in ...