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... ferry which offered a fantastic looking all-inclusive stuff your face buffet for 18 euros. Deciding that it appeared I only had an hour to take advantage of this outstanding opportunity, I instead plumped for breaded fish on rye with some yellow tainted coleslaw which was far nicer than it sounds. Germany lurked murkily ahead of us, shrouded on the horizon line in grey smudgings of cloud.
It was until we disembarked and were on German soil that we received ...
... only electric cars by 2040 and in Munich, one museum is renovating to become energy efficient. All houses these days attempt to meet Passivhaus standards, with buildings made to be energy efficient. All things necessary if we are to prolong the life of the planet. Australia is definitely FAR behind in these energy efficient standards.
We are both very excited to visit Germany, particularly ...
... Therefore, as soon as I realized I would be in the neighborhood during the celebrations, I knew that I had to be there.
To get to the city I hitchhiked, still my preferred method of travel, and extremely efficient if you do it carefully. I left my house early on Thursday morning, and I was in the city center by 3:30 in the afternoon, thanks to the lovely West-East German Autobahn, which ferries almost all traffic between The Netherlands ...
... because the google maps location on yelp was completely incorrect. But I made it, and we had a great time, watching the Spain v. Chili, drinking more than a few beers, and reminiscing about Raikes (remember that? A month ago? We were so young...). We ate traditional German food - I decided to be only semi-adventurous and went for an omelette with mushrooms, which was great. We had a really good time - I'm glad our very vague plan of Meeting Up in Europe This Summer? actually worked ...
Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is about a 10 minute walk from my hotel. It has been left in its
bombed-out state, but at the moment, most of it is covered in scaffolding as they shore up the foundations and ensure it is structurally sound. You can’t go inside the ruined church, but after
the war, a new church was built next door. It is spectacular, as the walls of the round church are built of blue glass ...