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... drive along the Rhine River, and then joined the Autobahn around Mannheim. As we were driving towards Crailsheim, we suddenly noticed a couple of Concorde Jets which were parked on a roof. What was this? Where were we? Sinsheim?? Hmmm, must look this up later when we aren’t driving.
So we arrived in Crailsheim and had a great catch up with Christine and Lena, who is going into a delightful little Minx! Christine was telling us about a ...
... same company that made the mustard gas to kill the
From there we ventured into the centre of the city to Brandenburg Gate. It is impressive to think that Napoleon stole the enormous statue from the top at one point....and had to return it. Unfortunately, the Fan Mile was set up for the return of the German soccer players so it kind of got in the way of the ...
... that were installed for tourist/educational reasons.
Dan and I stopped for some ice cream leaving the camp back to the train station since our group missed the first train. Food in this town is so much cheaper than in Berlin (as expected)!
The weather has been super hot and nice since yesterday. I think it is expected to continue like this until we leave (hopefully the weather report is right).
-- Ryan L.
Today was a bit of a lazy day and we had a sleep in. as we finally emerged from the hotel at about 1:30pm, we took a train to the East Gallery which is the largest single intact stretch of the Berlin Wall still remaining. It is almost 1km long and each panel has artwork (and graffiti) on it. This part of town was also my least favourite and it was sort of home to the alternative people and also where the hostels are etc. a bit ...
... are part of a business that they assure us is 'quite legal' though they try to avoid taxes and having to document anything at all. Hmm. And somewhere between all these stories we found time to debate life and philosophy and which societal constraints should be shunned as opposed to which actually instill motivation in people. Not to mention the awesome conversation my new poet friend and I had originally been having about the soaking up of experiences ...