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... stolen from beside her while we were visiting with other tours guests. Nothing of any value, Whew!! No passport, no money and no ID. We looked in every trash can in the area to no avail. Most valuable item was the $15 backpack. Easy to replace!
Museums tomorrow because of forecasted rain.
Perfect weather today. We are having a great time!
Barbara and David
... German restaurant. Should be interesting as the whole city is preparing for the soccer game, it’s Germany vs USA. It’s going to be a loud night here!!!
We fly out tomorrow morning, to wonderful Poland. We are all looking forward to it. Especially the kids, they miss Babcia and Dziadziu.
Someone was in a good mood this morning!
... excited about it. At about 3 or 4pm my migraine was easing up so I got out of bed and made some food. Paul had made the most delicious mayonaise out of eggs, oil, mustard and salt. It was really yummy. We made tofu burgers with heaps of mayo. Paul had found a 1kg bucket of mustard in the supermarket for 1.20 euros that day, which is pretty good value. We are completely hooked on mustard now. It's strange, I have never really liked it over the years, but ...
... To get in we needed to show our letter from the German Government, setting out the time of our tour, and our passports. Through a metal detector, and to a waiting area. Then up to the Riechstag and a wait until 9.00. There were about 20 people on our tour and it was very interesting. The building has been completely renovated. Ironically, the architect chosen for the job was a Brit, Lord Foster. Ironic because the English and Americans were partly responsible ...
... applying for visas so that we can work and study here for the next year. Since Paul was offered that job in Stralsund we have both become very inspired. I have always wanted to learn a second language, and with a study visa, i am able to do this and work a little too. There is a great language school in kreutzberg which isn't too expensive and has an internationally recognised language course, one which ticks all the boxes for a study visa. We are to too ...