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... typically iced with vanilla icing. So I thought that was a good start. Before dinner I decided to head to Richard-Wagner-Platz for the Fanfest WM game between Germany and France on a large outdoor television screen. I watched with about 500 or more Germans. There was even one brave soul in the crowd waving the tri-color flag of France. When the game was over I headed to a restaurant that I found on the internet which seemed definitely American—the Texas Inn. I thought ...
... People submitted guesses of: a serving utensil for potato cakes, a spatula to turn omelets, a serving utensil (which I felt was too general), a strainer to clean a cat litter box and a utensil to remove meat from broth. The last answer is correct as the label on the item in the city museum indicated "Sardinenheber" or sardine lifter. Does anyone wish to place an order for one? It could be very useful and the winner actually has an item like it in her drawer. Congratulations!
Not a whole lot happened today. Most museums closed, so I spent lots of time in bookstores and poking around. I did go to the Stasi-Museum, which was interesting and not what I expected. It was very grass-roots, including hand-lettered signs on cardboard. Again, part of the unequivocally critical take on the ...
... of a mixed impression of the GDR: some good, and some bad, especially If the target audience is Germans. Then a quick visit to the Nikolaikirche, the center meeting point of the protest prayers and demonstrations. Leipzig is clearly (and rightly) proud of its role in the fall of the Wall. Kaffeeklatsch und Kuchen! I know my stomach will be sorry, but I had a Milchkaffee and a piece of Mohnkuchen. Last ...
... buildings were neat. I also had a nice cup of tea and piece of okay cake in the peaceful cafe there. In the evening, I walked around the area of the hotel, which is the Südvorstadt. It's a nice and lively part of the city, sort of reminiscent of Portland's Alberta district. Had dinner (a giant bowl of soljanka) at a nice place called Cafe ...
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