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... Morgwai) (Thank you for having us in your apartment for so long, your patience and advices)
and everyone from Mui Ne
(Thank you guys for your kite/surf tips, motorbike, coco loco party)
... you with your dining choices - but keep a phrase book handy just in case (we needed it at a new pizza restaurant in town). How much of this growth was driven by the steam locomotives rather than natural growth since Poland joined the EU is hard to say but it is certainly a factor.
Our one full day did enable us to see most of the town, grab a light lunch with a beer, have a stroll around the lake and also have a coffee and cake. We also visited the ...
... east, there was an abundance of mid 20th century boxy Soviet-era housing and office buildings. Of course the Berliners had now painted many of them with bright colors. The modern high rises were fewer, but there were plenty of cranes in the sky. Unlike previous trains, this first class car was 6 seats (3 facing 3), where myself and man appearing to be around 60 sat. We talked quite a bit. He was a retired German foreign ...
... of kindness from a stranger. An older man walked up behind me, spoke to the ticket agent and paid for my ticket. He then walked me back out the same train I had disembarked from, spoke to the Conductor (the one I had been dealing with previously) and just stayed on the platform (he didn’t board the train). I don’t know why he did that but it was certainly appreciated! I hope to be able to provide a similar act of kindness for someone else in future. ...
... of sitting in the tiny Polish train station, we finally got on board our train and headed to Frankfurt, in hopes we would find a cheaper and shorter train ride than one in Berlin. (There was no direct train from the Polish town to Prague, so we had to go to Berlin and catch a train from there). We rode for 45 minutes, got off at Frankfurt, and soon realized there was no train that runs from Frankfurt to Prague. So we had to take another train from Frankfurt to the ...